The Weeknd’s 'After Hours' Is Dark, It's a Gut Punch and Fans Are Loving It

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The Weeknd performs on 'Saturday Night Live' on March 7, 2020

The Weeknd’s After Hours is keeping fans up, well, after hours.

As the world faces uncertainty amid the coronavirus outbreak and many millions are isolated at home, the new album gives fans some respite. Almost an hour of it .

Almost immediately after its release, The Weeknd and his new album became the top trending subjects on Twitter.

Abel Tesfaye’s LP is a dark, cerebral hit and a gut punch all at the same time, judging by the volume of memes and messages lighting up social media.

Check out some of the reaction below.