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Zara Larsson is back with her glitzy new video, 'Love Me Land'

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Published: 9:56 pm, July 10, 2020
Zara Larsson is back with her glitzy new video, 'Love Me Land'

Zara Larsson is back with her glitzy new video, 'Love Me Land'.

Available now on Black Butter Records, the song was written with Julia Michaels and Justin Tranter (Selena Gomez, Dua Lipa, Justin Bieber), taking influence from the likes of ABBA and Beyonce.

"I wrote 'Love Me Land' with my friends Justin and Julia after a long period of writing for my sophomore album," says Zara. "It felt like a kind of eureka moment in understanding the journey I’ve gone on in discovering what it is to be a woman and an artist. 

"The song is about accidentally falling in love but owning it, and I think that combines two things I love and do well - female empowerment and pop bangers! 

"At the moment, we’re all experiencing this scary unknown world and having to endure some hard realities; I hope this can provide a little escapism for everyone, because sometimes dancing can solve everything, even just for a moment."

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