Liam Payne reveals the date and title of his new single: ‘Teardrops’

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Liam Payne has been dropping the news about his return to music little by little. The first fell last week when, through an Instagram post, he indicated that he was about to begin “a new chapter” in his life after overcoming his past health problems.

Along with photography, the singer made a clean slate, which always usually gives way to a musical era that tries to break with everything that came before. In addition, he showed a new change of look in which he appears completely shaved. A very different look from the kind of casual half-length hair that he wore at his last public event: the Wimbledon tournament.

The second drop of this new project has revealed both the title and the release date. The first single from Liam Payne in four years will be called Teardrops and will be released on March 1; that is, within a month. As stated in your newsletterit is “a song that is born from many tears. Some are mine. Others are not.”

“I have found a lot of peace working on this new music with Jamie Scott (maybe his name is familiar to you),” he pointed out. And this English artist already worked with Liam when he was part of One Direction. Without going any further, he contributed his bit as a composer to almost the entire discography of the band. boy band —we find his name in Up all night, Take me home, Made in the AM and Four—.

“And yes, some of you have already talked about it… For Teardrops We’ve teamed up with the incredible JC Chasez from NSYNC. It has been an honor and an inspiration to work with him,” he added with the news.

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In the small fragment of the song that he has shared from the studio, we can hear the British interpret the following: “Teardrops are falling down your face again, ’cause I don’t know how to love you and I am broken too (tears fall down your face again, because I don’t know how to love you and I’m broken too). Without a doubt, a song that is very reminiscent of the typical pop that male groups make and that we love. You just have to wait.


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