Watch Hilary Duff's 'Younger' TV Show Preview With New Song 'Sparks'

Hilary Duff

Hilary Duff in a sneak peek of "Younger" featuring a preview of her new song "Sparks."

Hilary Duff gave fans two things to be excited for on Thursday: a sneak peek to her upcoming TV Land show, Younger, and a taste of her new track, "Sparks."

"Sparks" was teased in a promo for the series, which premieres on Mar. 31. The whistling-heavy song is a bouncy dance track on which she sings, "Turn the lights down low/ And kiss me in the dark/ Cause when you're touching me/ Baby, I see sparks/ You make my heart go..." Cue the whitle chorus. 

Duff recently opened up her upcoming music release in an interview with Time, where she revealed she's also worked with Tove Lo on the project.

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"The album has taken on a lot of different lives, which I guess is to be expected when you've taken such big break," she said. "It is a little bit of electro-pop, a lot of it is just straight-forward pop and some of it has gotten pretty dance-y, which is cool. Some songs still have a little bit of a folky side."

After teasing new music last year -- and the latest snippet of "Sparks" -- Duff added that more new music might be dropping soon.

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"I'm almost finished recording. I'm going in for a session today that might be my last session. My record is pretty much done, and I'm just waiting. It's tough. I put some music out last year, and right when I put my single out, we started filming the show. So it was a little bad timing because I really didn't get a chance to properly promote my single after being out of the music game for seven years. But it was good. I feel like I got a little taste of it again and it got me excited. I'm definitely going to have a single soon. It's just a balancing act of trying to have two careers that take up a lot of my time. And also being a mom -- the most important one for me."


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