THE WEEKND Attempts To Move On From Past Relationships In ‘After Hours’

MYX Philippines

Posted at March 21, 2020

After several months of anticipation and bloody visual offerings, The Weeknd's fourth studio album After Hours finally landed online.


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Sure, fans have already heard four tracks—"Blinding Lights", "Heartless", "After Hours", and "Scared to Live"—off the 14-track effort before its full official release. But it still wasn't enough to prepare everyone for the project's red-hot intensity.

Of the brand new releases, "Alone Again", "Hardest To Love", "In Your Eyes", and "Repeat After Me" proved to be definite highlights. Meanwhile, "Too Late" finds the Canadian hitmaker taking the blame for how a relationship has turned sour, "Snowchild" and "Faith" brush up on his drug-ridden past, and in "Escape from LA," he admits to giving everything he has for his partner and still finding it not enough.

"Save Your Tears" also stands out with its 80s synth-heavy beat while "Until I Bleed Out" appeared to be a fitting ending to the record with Abel realizing that it's finally time to cut his lover outta his mind and dreams. Listen to the entire After Hours below.

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