Hilary Duff recently told TIME that her new single was coming soon, and she’s promptly delivered.
The star of TV Land’s upcoming series Younger gave a lengthy preview of her single “Sparks,” which arrives in full April 7. And you don’t need to download a random app to hear it. (Looking at you, Rihanna.) The track is a collaboration with “Habits (Stay High)” singer-songwriter Tove Lo. It’s one of four songs Duff recorded in Sweden that shift her sound from the folk-pop of her past to something more appropriate for the clubs.
“The album has taken on a lot of different lives, which I guess is to be expected when you’ve taken such big break,” she said of her first album in eight years. “It is a little bit of electro-pop, a lot of it is just straight-forward pop and some of it has gotten pretty dance-y, which is cool.”
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