Selena Gomez Shares 'Wolves' Cover Art, New Collaboration With Marshmello

Selena Gomez
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Selena Gomez attends the Third Annual "InStyle Awards"  presented by InStyle at The Getty Center on Oct. 23, 2017 in Los Angeles.

Selena Gomez has posted the cover art to her collaboration with Marshmello. The track, titled “Wolves,” is set to be released tomorrow (Oct. 25).

The 25-year-old singer unveiled the eerie cover art to her Instagram yesterday. The track title uses the moon as it’s “o,” and Gomez’s face overlays images of a wolf and Marshmello’s logo in a style that’s equal parts X-Files and low-budget horror film aesthetic -- in the best way.

Gomez captioned the photo, “I’ve been running through the jungle, I’ve been crying with the wolves… 10.25,” likely revealing the hook to the new track.


I've been running through the jungle, I've been crying with the wolves... 10.25

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Gomez previously described the track as “one of my favorite songs” from her upcoming album. “It’s really cool.. It’s kind of in that world, his world, and I’m stepping into it and bringing my style too,” she said.

Today (Oct. 24) Gomez tweeted a teaser video for the track, picking petals off a flower, side by side with Marshmello.


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