Singer also takes on high school teenager in goofy clip for Talking Heads-sampling track
Selena Gomez performs a teenager, mommy and senior high school principal in her goofy “Bad Liar” video recording.
Selena Gomez takes on three individuals in her new, 1970s-arranged “Bad Liar” training video. Throughout the training video, directed by Lemonheads co-founder Jesse Peretz, a teenager watches in impact as her mom begins a fling with the school primary, with Gomez in each role.
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The clip starts with Gomez biking to institution, place against a brilliant pile backdrop. After making some mean stares from girls in the hallway, she settles into chemistry category and gazes out the home window, glimpsing a flirtatious exchange between her mommy and the mustachioed main. Later that night, after an uncomfortable meal with the few, the young Gomez unwinds by dance in her bedroom.
“Bad Liar” samples Tina Weymouth’s throbbing bassline from Communicating Heads’ 1977 typical “Psycho Killer.” Minds mastermind David Byrne offered his press on Twitter, writing, “I like the song …
The video recording ends by teasing a job called “Fetish,” which is “just around the corner.” Gomez’s last LP, Revival, arrived in 2015