The Weeknd has swooped in and saved us from the doom and gloom of ‘Quarantine and Chill’ with the delivery of his fourth studio album, After Hours.
The Weeknd saves Quarantine and Chill
The 14-track LP sports chart-topping songs like Hardest to Love and ironically, Scared to Live. It’s like Abel knew all along that the world would fall into dark times and he’d be needed to serenade us with the slickest mood music.
We stated on Thursday that the album features producers like Illangelo and Metroboomin, with very few guest appearances.
Sure enough, the sonic marriage that takes place on records like Escape from LA and Heartless exceeds expectation and makes for a perfect aid to our wanderlust.
You definitely want to stay at home, light up every room with mood lights, burn sage and share intimate moments with friends over hot chocolate or wine.
The Weeknd After Hours album: Where to download, tracklist info
After Hours is currently available for streaming on every digital streaming platform (DSP), including YouTube. This is the official tracklist:
Fans react to After Hours on social media
Fans of the Canadian star could not be happier right now. A Twitter takeover has ensued and The Weeknd’s album title has shot up to the top of the world’s trending topics.
Everyone is loving After Hours and we’ve picked out some of the best reactions.