“I felt having these two songs released back to back completed the story of how one can rise no matter what challenges life brings,” the former Disney star explained in a statement. “Turning off the noise and living your life on your terms.”
Like “Lose You to Love Me”, today’s new track was co-written with Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter, and Ian Kirkpatrick. Check it out below via its official video. The choreograph-heavy clip was directed by Sophie Muller and shot entirely on an iPhone 11 Pro.
For the 27-year-old Gomez, the two tracks follow years of both mental and physical health issues. In the early 2010s, Gomez was diagnosed with lupus; in 2017, she revealed that she’d gotten a kidney transplant. Complications from that surgery reportedly led to an emotional breakdown last year.
Gomez’s last proper full-length, Revival, dropped in 2015.
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