Watch the official visual for Ward's latest single, to be used in a new promo for "Pretty Little Liars."
"Last Love Song," a highlight from pop-rock singer-songwriter ZZ Ward's 2012 debut album "Til the Casket Drops," has been tapped to appear in the season 5 premiere promo for ABC Family's smash series "Pretty Little Liars," which returns on June 10. Along with the exciting ad placement, Ward's emotional single has also received a proper music video, premiering exclusively on Billboard.com below:
Produced by Ryan Tedder and his OneRepublic band mate Brent Kutzle, "Last Love Song" is the third single from "Til The Casket Drops," and the breakup ballad is easily the most heart-wrenching of the three. The music video was shot in Los Angeles and San Francisco with director Joseph Toman, and the beautiful black-and-white clip makes perfect sense when placed next to "PLL's" ongoing saga between Aria Montgomery and Ezra Fitz.
"I'm so excited about the video for 'Last Love Song,'" says Ward. "Its message is something I think a lot of people can relate to. I wanted to convey that message and the song's raw emotion in a way that would connect with my fans just as much as the music and lyrics do."
After performing at Coachella earlier this month, Ward will be performing at upcoming festivals like Bonnaroo, Summerfest and Bunbury, as well as opening for Eric Clapton on select dates. "Last Love Song" is the second collaboration between Ward and "Pretty Little Liars," which used her "Til the Casket Drops" title track in the season 3 premiere in 2012.