The song, called "Cannonball," was written by Sia, and will be available instantly on Dec. 10 when you preorder "Louder," the actress tweeted. She also shared the sultry cover art for the song (pictured).
The singer spent her Sunday last week (Nov. 17) shooting the "Cannonball" music video. "So excited shooting my very first music video today for the first album single," she tweeted from the set.
An official tracklisting should become available closer to the "Louder" release, though Michele has confirmed that she's dedicated two songs on the disc to her late ex-boyfriend Cory Monteith, titled "You're Mine" and "If You Say So." »
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