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Hilary Duff 'Sparks' Review: Tove Lo Penned Single Brings Much-Needed Club Element for Comeback [LISTEN]

 

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Hilary Duff promised to make some major "Sparks" with her new single after teasing her "All About You" follow-up last week in a trailer for her TV Land show Younger, and now the former Disney star has finally delivered. Today (April 6), "Sparks" has surfaced online, and it's the glitzy bit of EDM that has thus far been missing from Duff's discography.

Whereas Duff went old school sunny with her first comeback single "Chasing the Sun" and then infused folk into her follow-up "All About You," her third offering of the 2010s is a new sound for Duff altogether and it comes courtesy of "Habits (Stay High)" singer Tove Lo.

Kicking off with some funky yet infectious whistles, "Sparks" musically calls back heavily to Kylie Minogue, with low key blips dusting under the surface, before Duff kicks into the music and more high twinkles surround her vocals. The club-friendly track brings in tribal elements, giving it that infectious dance-ability that could really only be found in 2015.

"You can promise castles, treasures, babies, I don't care / 'Cause for now you're just enough for me, I want you near / Like a fairy tale to feel your breath right on my neck / You remember what I love, so baby take me back, Turn the lights down low and baby kiss me in the dark / 'Cause when you're kissing me, baby, I feel sparks," Duff sings in the chorus, playing around the tantalizing, poppy whistle.

Listen to "Sparks," the new Hilary Duff single below, via Idolator. The song will officially be released in the U.S. tomorrow, April 7.

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