Selena Gomez's latest song is almost here! On Oct. 4, the 29-year-old singer teased her upcoming collaboration with Coldplay on Twitter. The song is titled "Let Somebody Go" and is featured on Coldplay's Music of the Spheres album, which dropped on Oct. 15.
When Gomez first tweeted the news, she only gave us a 15-second teaser, but it sounded like the track would definitely have us in our feelings. And wow, that was an understatement. Last night, on The Late Late Shows with James Corden, Gomez and Coldplay performed it live for the first time "anywhere in the world," announced Corden, and well, we are not OK (especially since it's only been a week since Adele turned us into emotional wrecks with her new single "Easy on Me"). "When I called the mathematicians and I asked them to explain / They said love is only equal to the pain," Gomez and Chris Martin sing. Can someone please hand us a box of tissues?
A release date for the song hasn't been announced yet, but given that Coldplay's album is dropping soon, it's only a matter of time. Listen to the full live performance above.