The Weeknd has shared the tracklist for his upcoming new album After Hours, which you can check out below. The new record is set for release this coming Friday, 20 March.
The news comes after The Weeknd premiered the song ‘Scared To Live‘ during a recent appearance on Saturday Night Live. The performance was introduced by SNL host Daniel Craig. The Weeknd also performed recent single ‘Blinding Lights’, which was released at the back end of 2019, on the show.
The Canadian artist, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, is due to release his fourth studio album this coming Friday (March 20). Taking to Instagram yesterday, 17 March, The Weeknd unveiled the names of the tracks to be featured on the Starboy follow-up.
As well as the previously-released singles ‘Blinding Lights’ and ‘Heartless‘, the record will include cuts such as opener ‘Alone Again’, ‘Escape From LA’, ‘Faith’ and closer ‘I Bleed It Out’. “Track List… 3 MORE DAYS,” the singer captioned the post. On the tracklist artwork, we see Tesfaye donning a red suit with a cut nose – continuing the theme of his recent videos and live performances.
The Weeknd recently appeared in Safdie Brothers film Uncut Gems. It was recently revealed, though, that Tesfaye wasn’t originally slated to star in the film, which sees him play a pop star who gets into a fight with Howard Ratner (Adam Sandler).
“We became friends after he saw Good Time, he really liked that film a lot,” said the Safdie Brothers. “But before we met him, I remember we did a table where ASAP Ferg and it was a character named Privilege.”
The full After Hours tracklist is as follows:
‘Hardest To Love’
‘Scared To Live’
‘Escape From L.A.’
‘In Your Eyes’
‘Save Your Tears’
‘Repeat After Me (Interlude)’
‘Until I Bleed Out’