Stream The Weeknd’s New Album: After Hours
Abel’s newest installment is here.
The Weeknd’s new album After Hours has arrived, and it’s a dedicated concept tracklist that delves deep into the singer’s psyche. A follow-up to Abel’s My Dear Melancholy and Starboy, two chart-topping albums, this next generation is committed to an entirely new level of melodic honesty. “Blinding Lights,” “Heartless,” “After Hours,” and “Scared to Live” welcomed the new tracklist to the world, and now, The Weeknd paints the full picture with the rest of the album.
“I feel confident with where I’m taking this [new] record,” Abel said in a statement. “There’s also a very committed vision and character being portrayed and I get to explore a different side of me that my fans have never seen.”
The album isn’t complete without every song; it’s a true look into the vocalist’s current state of mind, and it takes an A-to-Z listen to fully engulf yourself in his intended vision. Revisit The Weeknd’s vision in his initial “After Hours” short film and explore the path-forging new vision in the new album, below.