Selena Gomez isn’t an “Bad Liar” — she stayed faithful to her commitment to Selenators by discharging her new melody and a restrictive video for it!After prodding bits and photographs, the on-screen character and vocalist, 24, debuted “Bad Liar” at midnight Thursday. She all the while impacted the world forever: the going with visuals denoted the first-historically speaking music video to debut on Spotify.And that unmistakable shake test you listen? It’s the bass line from the 1977 single “Psycho Killer” by Talking Heads.
Tranter depicts the origination as “one of those otherworldly minutes where the tune just meets up rapidly and felt so great,” including, “The verses are truly cool and elucidating about when you initially begin having affections for somebody, however would prefer not to let it out, which transforms you into a ‘Terrible Liar.'” spearheaded the New Wave development with their music all through the ’70s and ’80s. Selena Gomez once featured on The Disney Channel’s Wizards of Waverly Place and fronted a band called The Scene. It appears to be unavoidable, then, that the two related melodic spirits would at last run into each other.