AceShowbiz - Zayn Malik releases his brand new single "Dusk Till Dawn". He also premieres a cinematic music video in support of the single. While the song has the former One Direction star collaborating with Sia Furler, the clip sees him sharing screen with "Girls" actress Jemima Kirke.
In the "Bonnie and Clyde"-esque video directed by "The Amazing Spider-Man" helmer Marc Webb, the British singer is a criminal mastermind. He plots an elaborate scheme to dodge the police and take out the enemies before riding off in a flashy car with his beautiful partner in crime.
" 'Cause I wanna touch you baby, and I wanna feel you too /I wanna see the sunrise, on your sins just me and you," Zayn sings solo before he is joined by Sia in the pre-chorus. "Light it up, on the run /Let's make love tonight /Make it up, fall in love, try."
The song is expected to be included in Zayn's new solo studio album which is yet to be titled. The "Pillowtalk" singer released his first post-1D album "Mind of Mine" in 2016 and he is now working on his sophomore set. In March, he dropped a song called "Still Got Time" that featured PartyNextDoor.
"I feel like my songwriting definitely developed, just because I've been doing it so much," he told VMAN magazine. "I feel like the songs are a bit more organized, where I felt like, before, that 'Mind of Mine' was a brainstorm. That's why I called it 'Mind of Mine', because it was ideas that I had that I put out. This one is more thought out. I had more time to process everything and go through it all."
"I can hear something in the moment and then record on the mic. Sometimes, it might not be a lyric or it might be a sound. I'll come back to it later," he revealed his creative process. "Or sometimes, I'll have an entire song written on my phone and I won't know what the melody is yet or how I'm going to sing it, but I know what I want to say." He added, "I go into the studio with that already written and I'll try to fit lyrics into a melody. I do it both ways, depending on what I feel is good to do on that beat."