The Weeknd Finally Announces New LP "After Hours" With Teaser Video
The Weeknd finally announced his next album on Thursday, revealing in a video teaser that the LP's title is After Hours. "Album title" the artist captioned the 48-second clip, which seems to show him driving a convertible through a city at night before the words "After Hours" appear on the screen amid several streaks of lightning. Consequence of Sound notes that, according to a press release, After Hours will include The Weeknd's recent singles "Heartless" and "Blinding Lights." While a firm release date still hasn't been revealed, the project is reportedly "coming soon." After Hours will be The Weeknd's first LP since 2016's Starboy. He also dropped an EP in 2018 titled My Dear Melancholy. You can catch The Weekend on the March 7 episode of Saturday Night Live, where he's booked to be the musical guest.
Album Title pic.twitter.com/ycs4ZSHqaM— The Weeknd (@theweeknd) February 13, 2020