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Carly Rae Jepsen is in the mood for love, judging from her new track, “All That.”
The Canadian singer has released the audio for that new ballad, a track from her forthcoming album on Schoolboy/Interscope. It’s a clear vocal throwback to the sugary, late-Nineties pop of Britney Spears and Mandy Moore; a varnish of slick, Eighties production comes courtesy of her collaborators on the track, the musician Dev Hynes (of the nü-R&B outfit Blood Orange) and the Grammy-winning producer Ariel Rechtshaid (Madonna, Solange). Both Hynes and Rechtshaid’s retro imprints are clear on the song, and they’re joining in on the fun of debuting it; both men sat in with Jepsen’s band last night when she performed the sultry tune on Saturday Night Live.
Take a listen to Jepsen’s new track below; it’s her follow-up to the chipper single, “I Really Like You,” which recently debuted at No. 48 on the Hot 100.
This article originally appeared on Billboard.com.
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