Sabrina Carpenter just teased fans in a major way!
The 16-year-old actress and singer dropped a little teaser for her new single’s music video, which will drop on March 11th.
“The meaning behind the lyrics and title are all very metaphorical,” Sabrina recently dished to JJJ about the song. “Smoke and fire symbolizes the feelings that you experience after you are no longer with someone. How hard it can be to have someone one day, and not the next.”
Check out the teaser below!
— Sabrina Carpenter (@SabrinaAnnLynn) February 25, 2016
Click inside for the rest of our interview with Sabrina…
JJJ: It’s the first song you wrote about a relationship. Was that a cathartic experience? How did it help process those feelings?
Sabrina Carpenter: Not technically the first song I’ve written about a relationship, just the first song I’ve written about the subject of breakups. It was a great venting process. So great that after I wrote the song, I was able to move on from that subject and write about new things that inspired me.
JJJ: Writing about something so personal can be scary. Did you have any reservations?
SC: I think stories are meant to be told…and shared. My songs are meant to help people get through these ups and downs of life. I don’t write songs to get revenge, I write songs to help others.
JJJ: With your busy schedule, do you ever write lyrics and/or songs in strange places?
SC: All the time. From public bathrooms to beautiful forests.
JJJ: Any chance we may hear some of your music on Girl Meets World?
SC: My personal music, probably not. It would be weird if Maya started singing out of nowhere. I like to keep the two separate. But there’s many other fun things coming up on Girl Meets World.
JJJ: How hyped are you for Adventures in Babysitting?
SC: So hyped and proud of this movie. I feel as though we made a wonderful spin on a classic tale and I hope the fans of the old one can watch it with their kids and hopefully feel the same way.
JJJ: Can you share any behind-the-scenes stories from the set?
SC: The cast is too much of a family. There was constant singing, laughter and thrift shopping. One of the best experiences of my life.