Hilary Duff just released her comeback single "Chasing The Sun" two weeks ago, and while that song debuted at No. 79 on last week's Hot 100 chart and has logged 15 million YouTube views, the pop singer is already rolling out more new music. Listen to "All About You," the second taste of Duff's upcoming full-length on RCA Records:
Whereas "Chasing The Sun" drew inspiration from the breezy pop-rock of co-writer Colbie Caillat, "All About You" is a no-nonsense pop tour de force courtesy of Savan Kotecha, Carl Falk and Kristian Lundin. The folk undertones, handclaps, shout-along chorus and deliriously enjoyable melodies all make this the winning comeback bid that Duff fans were hoping to hear when she announced her return to music.
Duff's first album since 2007 does not have a title or release date yet, but it is due out this fall and will likely be a revealing effort, according to the singer's recent interview on Billboard's Pop Shop Podcast (listen above).
"The album is very positive, it's very up, but it does talk about… there's a song called 'If I Fall,' which is about me taking a step back and kind of shutting down my whole business, and everyone not believing in me and me being really scared to be alone after I'd been surrounded by 100 people for five years of my life," says the former Disney star. "And then the other ones are like, some party songs, a song about [my son] Luca, a song about my separation and my love for this person that maybe we're not meant to be together, or maybe we are. I mean, it's very, very personal, but I would say that it has a happy spirit to it, which is me."