Ahead of its upcoming Friday release (March 20), The Weeknd has revealed the After Hours tracklist. Totaling at 14 songs, the feature-less album will include previously released cuts “Blinding Lights,” “Heartless” and “After Hours.”
Although he hasn’t officially released the single, The Weeknd shared another After Hours cut during his “SNL” appearance on March 7 called “Scared To Live.” Produced by Oneohtrix Point Never, the track samples Elton John’s 1970 hit, “Your Song.”
Earlier this month, The Weeknd continued his album rollout with his Anton Tammi-directed After Hours short film. Set in Los Angeles, the five-minute visual found the Canadian Crooner stumbling to a subway station before being possessed by an invisible force.
In support of the album, The Weeknd was slated to hit the road for his 57-stop “After Hours Tour” this June. His tour could be delayed, however, due to Live Nation’s current tour postponement, which was recently announced in an effort to combat the spread of Coronavirus.
“The world’s leading forces in live entertainment have come together to form a global task force to drive strategic support and unified direction ensuring precautionary efforts and ongoing protocol are in the best interest of artists, fans, staff and the global community,” the company previously said in a joint statement with AEG.
“At this time, we collectively recommend large scale events through the end of March be postponed. We continue to support that small-scale events follow guidance set by their local government officials,” the statement continued. “We feel fortunate to have the flexibility to reschedule concerts, festivals, and live events as needed, and look forward to connecting fans with all their favorite artists and live entertainment soon.”
The Weeknd’s “After Hours Tour” was set to run through cities in North America and Europe, before wrapping up in Paris on Nov. 12. So far, his camp hasn’t announced any official changes to the tour.
See the full After Hours tracklist below before the album arrives on Friday (March 20).