After Hours

The Weeknd Reveals 'After Hours' Tracklist

  /  03.17.2020

With just three days until its release, The Weeknd has revealed the tracklist for his highly-anticipated album After Hours.

In addition to the hit singles “Blinding Lights” and “Heartless,” the 14 tracks include titles such as “Snowchild,” “Escape from LA,” and “Until I Bleed Out.” The project also includes the previously-released title track and the Elton John-sampled “Scared to Live,” which he debuted on “SNL.” There are no features listed.

After Hours arrives amid the coronavirus outbreak that’s resulted in the cancelation of music and sporting events across the globe. “LET MUSIC HEAL US IN 4 DAYS,” tweeted The Weeknd.

“Heartless” topped the Billboard Hot 100 in December, while “Blinding Lights” is currently No. 4 on the chart.

After Hours, the follow-up to 2016’s Starboy, arrives at streaming services on March 20. The Weeknd is also set to hit the road in support of the album on his “After Hours Tour,” which kicks off June 11 in Vancouver.

After Hours Tracklist

1. “Alone Again”
2 “Too Late”
3. “Hardest to Love”
4. “Scared to Live”
5. “Snowchild”
6. “Escape from L.A.”
7. “Heartless”
8. “Faith”
9. “Blinding Lights”
10. “In Your Eyes”
11. “Save Your Tears”
12. “Repeat After Me (Interlude)”
13. “After Hours”
14. “Until I Bleed Out”


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