The Weeknd drops “After Hours,” the title track of his new album

The long-awaited record arrives next month.

The Weeknd has unveiled “After Hours,” the title track of his much-anticipated fourth studio album.

On the brooding track, the singer bares his soul on the mistakes he made in a past relationship. “I lied to you, I lied to you, I lied to you / Can’t hide the truth, I stayed with her in spite of you / You did some things that you regret, still right for you / ’Cause this house is not a home,” he croons over dark synths and a thumping house beat.

After Hours also features the previously released songs, “Blinding Lights” and “Heartless.” The long-awaited record is the follow-up to The Weeknd’s 2016 album, Starboy.

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After Hours arrives March 20 via XO/Republic Records. While you wait, listen to its title trackbelow:

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