Hilary Duff is making “Little Lies” sweeter than ever – and PEOPLE has your first listen!
You might be used to Fleetwood Mac’s classic on the radio, but with this new version, Duff makes the hit prime for the dance floor.
“Oh, no – no, you can’t disguise,” the singer and actress, 28, coos over a throbbing beat.
Produced by Peer Astrom and Adam Anders with vocal engineering and production by Alex Anders – the same trio responsible for infectious covers on Fox’s Glee – Duff’s hum-along-worthy track was recorded for the second season of her sexy TV Land comedy Younger.
“TV Land called me. And it’s like when the boss is calling you, and you’re like, ‘What did I do now?'” Duff says with a laugh. “They were like, ‘We want you to cover a song for the promos for the second season.’ And I’m like, ‘Oh my God. Yes, of course, I would love to.'”
The former Disney star adds, “Fleetwood Mac is seriously one of my favorite bands of all time.”
Duff believes the song will “fit very well with the show,” which tells the hilarious struggle of the lovable Liza, a single mother who lands her dream job by hiding her real age.
An NSFW clip from Younger‘s season premiere, airing on Jan. 13, shows the mature breadth of Duff’s new material. The scene finds Kelsey (Duff) giving advice to Liza (Sutton Foster) about bedroom activities.
“I’m so happy to have this show,” Duff says of the Darren Star-created comedy. “I love what we do every single day.”
The sweetest part: making Younger while juggling her music career and real-life role as a mother to her adorable son, Luca, who celebrated his third birthday in March.
“And then obviously being a mother is the No. 1,” says Duff, who dropped her latest album Breathe In. Breathe Out. in June. “I’m proud to be able to work and show him what I’ve done.”