Tap twice for you.
Hailee Steinfeld is making a name for herself in pop music. The 20-year-old took her singing skills from the silver screen with a starring role in Pitch Perfect 2 to the Internet with 2015's self-loving bop, "Love Myself." The track hit the Top 30 on the Hot 100, and gave Steinfeld the confidence to record a handful of new songs for an EP titled Haiz with help from producer Zedd, who crafted her bubbling up single “Starving.” Now, the blossoming pop star is carving out her place in 2017 with a feature on UK producer Digital Farm Animals' new song titled “Digital Love.”
In the new tune about dating in the depressing digital age, Steinfeld sings over anthemic background vocals and synths about “about a stint of a disastrous relationship and a number of unusual experiences... on mobile dating sites.”
“I swipe right because I see just what I like / Baby I tap twice for you.”
“I’m a big fan of her voice so when she told me that she’d like to sing it, I was super excited!,” Digital Farm Animals (real name Nick Gale) said of how the song came about. “I think Hailee really brings the track to life.”
Listen below (set to a video of digital farm animals, because of course):