"'On My Love' is about the relationships you have in your life that mean so much to you that you would put everything on them," said Larsson
On Friday, the Swedish pop star and the British DJ/producer teamed up for "On My Love," a club-ready dance track about a valued bond built on unconditional love, and the song arrived alongside a picturesque music video featuring Zara's sister, Hanna Christina Larsson.
"'On My Love' is about the relationships you have in your life that mean so much to you that you would put everything on them," said Zara, 25, in a press statement.
The "Lush Life" singer continued, "Whether that’s a platonic relationship, something with a family member, a lover, a friendship or whatever it is — we all need someone that just brings you pure joy, because that’s what life is all about."
"On My Love" features impassioned lyrics about a loved one, sung by Zara over a Guetta-produced dance beat that slowly builds into a euphoric climax perfect for end-of-summer festivals.
"Into the dark, into the light, baby, I go / Whether it's wrong, whether it's right, I will follow / I'll pay the price, I'll sacrifice / That's on my love, yeah," she sings on the track.
The song's heartwarming music video opens with childhood video footage of a young Zara introducing Hanna Christina for a performance at their home, followed by clips of birthday parties and other moments from their early years.
Next, the clip cuts to the present and the sisters are seen hanging out in gorgeous outdoor landscapes as they ride a moped and go swimming before spending the evening in a packed nightclub, dancing the night away.
Zara and Guetta, 55, previously collaborated on 2016's "This One's for You," the official song of the UEFA Euro 2016 in France, which became a worldwide chart hit and reached No. 1 in several countries.
Throughout the year, Zara has released two singles, "Can't Tame Her" and "End of Time," from her upcoming third full-length album.
Upon the first track's release in January, she opened up to PEOPLE about having a self-assured outlook after lifting the expectations she felt while dropping Poster Girl, the follow-up to her massive 2017 album So Good, which spawned three platinum-certified singles in the U.S.
"Even though I loved Poster Girl, I think I felt so pressured into having the album become commercially successful," she said at the time. "I was so like, 'What do people think?' Now, I'm just going to have fun."
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