Jonas Blue, Liam Payne and Lennon Stella team up for ‘Polaroid’

London-based electronic record producer and songwriter Jonas Blue has recently collaborated with Liam Payne and rising singer Lennon Stella for his latest track ‘Polaroid’ (released on Friday, October 5). While we’ve already seen some fantastic collaborations this year, ‘Polaroid’ marks another golden star in the list.

Ahead of the release of the song, Liam posted a fun video of the trio face timing each other while listening to the new music and lip syncing the words. Liam couldn’t contain his excitement stating, “I’m so excited! I’m going to get really close and show how excited my eyes are!”

The track is from Jonas Blue’s debut album which will be released next month. ‘Polaroid’ follows his recent singles ‘Rise’, ‘Roll with me’ including other tracks.

Produced by Jonas Blue and written by Jonas, JP Cooper, Sam Romans and Ed Drewett, ‘Polaroid’ is a beautiful track, effortlessly blending dance and R&B pop elements which are perfectly incorporated with the incredible vocals of Liam and Lennon. Fans have been very excited for this latest track and about the new collaboration, expressing heavily all over the social media platforms. It is needless to say that this brand new release has a true anthemic and irresistible vibe which will sweep you off your feet.

The trio has also released the official lyric video for the track which features multiple cute Polaroid photos of Jonas, Liam and Lennon set against a Manhattan backdrop throughout the video, with the lyrics written on them. Check out the video below if you haven’t yet:

Stream “Polaroid” at Spotify and download it on iTunes!

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Written by Khushboo

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