Selena Gomez Debuts New Single 'Bad Liar'

Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez

Despite the countless nods to her new song, perhaps none is as interesting as one of the most recent that shows the singer in an alarmingly, somewhat perplexing way. The story continues to detail an internal battle where she attempts to forget the object of her affection and convince herself she's not into them.

Selena Gomez is reportedly preparing for her live onstage performance and her boyfriend The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, is helping her out. And if you think it sounds familiar, the track samples the bassline from the Talking Heads' classic 1977 song "Psycho Killer". They made a decision to play the bass line from "Psycho Killer" and write a new song over the top. Apart from that, however, the singer has not put out new music since 2015, when she released her album, "Revival".

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Tranter told the publication that Talking Heads frontman David Byrne heard "Bad Liar" prior to its release. "Having Abel in her life has given Selena new found strength and confidence". A spokesperson for Byrne said he liked the song and "wholeheartedly gave his permission" for Gomez to move forward with the release.

Selena Gomez's long-awaited new single "Bad Liar" is finally here. The first three singles off the album "Good For You", "Same Old Love" and "Hands to Myself" landed at #1 on the US Top 40 chart.