After Hours

The Weeknd Reveals ‘After Hours’ Album Cover

It has begun again.

The Weeknd is revealing the cover art for his upcoming fourth studio album After Hours. The photo, which he shared on social media, features a close-up of a grinning Abel with a bloody nose as he stares into the camera. The dark artwork matches the aesthetic of the videos for “Blinding Lights” and “Heartless,” and is a taste of what fans can expect from the highly-anticipated project.

Along with the cover art, he is set to drop track No. 13, the title track, tonight.

Just last week, the XO crooner announced the title in a dramatic minute-long trailer that finds him driving an old-school convertible through the city at night before a storm erupts.

He has yet to reveal a release date for the album, which has already spawned a pair of platinum-selling singles, “Blinding Lights” and the Hot 100 chart-topper “Heartless.” After Hours marks the follow-up to 2016’s Starboy, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

The Weeknd will promote the album with an appearance on the March 7 episode of “SNL.”