Selena Gomez announces new single Lose You To Love Me on Instagram; song to debut on 23 October
Selena Gomez has also unveiled the cover of her new song Lose you To Love Me
After teasing her comeback single for a while now across social media, pop singer Selena Gomez has finally announced ‘Lose You To Love Me’, slated to debut on 23 October.
Gomez had been away from the microphone for some time, in order to pursue other projects, such as her recent Netflix show, Living Undocumented.
Sharing a series of pictures - of theatre marquees and the album cover - on Instagram on Wednesday, Gomez wrote, “I gave my all and they all know it", followed by "Rose-coloured glasses all distorted”.
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Back in June, the pop singer confirmed on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon that she had completed her forthcoming album.
“I’m actually done [my new album]. I have to do a few finishing things with it but I’m just relieved. It took me four years now to even feel at a good place with this album, and it’s just because I had such huge moments that happened in my life personally that ‘how was I going to capture that?’ and ‘how was I actually going to feel good about what I was saying?’ So, I just kept going, and I’m relieved,” she said.
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