After teasing three vintage-esque movie posters earlier this week to her social media accounts, Selena Gomez has unveiled an epic 1970s-inspired music video for her single “Bad Liar.”

#Badliar - a film

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The new video, which some describe as a short film, written and directed by Jesse Peretz (who happens to be one of the founding members of late ‘80s alt rock band The Lemonheads) was produced by Selena Gomez. She stars as four characters in the heavily retro-influenced footage, including a lovestruck high school student, gym coach (complete with Farrah Fawcett’s iconic blonde hair), as well as her own father and mother. The imagery seems completely appropriate, as the song prominently samples the Talking Heads’ 1977 single, “Psycho Killer.”

Watch the complete video here:

The film ends with yet another teaser, titled “Fetish,” leaving us in suspense for what Gomez has next. Gomez seems to be big on the teasers, giving us a little at a time, like when she first released “Bad Liar” to Spotify.

With the title “Fetish,” we can’t help but think back to the original visuals, like this one, where Selena sings with wrists tied:

Watch an exclusive #BadLiar Video on @Spotify Now. Link in bio.

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As well as these:

All my feelings on fire… #BadLiarOutNow

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🕯 @selenagomez ⭐️

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