Kate Hudson Shares First Teaser for New Single 'Talk About Love' and Sets Release Date

"Talk About Love" is set for release on Jan. 30

<p>Phillip Faraone/WireImage</p> Kate Hudson in Beverly Hills in February 2023

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Kate Hudson in Beverly Hills in February 2023

Kate Hudson is giving Almost Famous in her latest musical teaser — and she's getting fans excited about her musical debut.

On Monday, the How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days actress, 44, revealed the title and release date for her upcoming single in a new teaser on social media.

In the teaser, Hudson is seen rocking a fur coat and cat eye sunglasses inside a vintage car in Los Angeles. With instruments playing in the background, the song title, "Talk About Love," flashes on the screen.

In the caption section, she simply wrote the release date: ✨1•30✨

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Last week, Hudson shared footage of herself inside a recording studio with a band.

"Here we go…she’s coming 🎵✨," she captioned the post.

Earlier this month, Hudson opened up to PEOPLE about her first concert performance, which took place on Dec. 28 at Bad Harriet in Aspen, Colorado.

Held ahead of Hudson's plans to release her debut album, the star performed various covers, including a bluesy rendition of Chris Stapleton's "White Horse," as well as her own take on Patty Griffin's "When It Don't Come Easy," during the gathering.

"I really loved the little show that we did," Hudson said "It was so fun and very intimate, and it was really good for me to do. It was really unforgiving."

"That small environment, where everyone was right there, was really fun for me and challenging — I just loved it," she added.

Hudson first revealed her plans to record an album in April 2022, when she shared a photo of herself on Instagram singing in a rehearsal space.

<p>Jamie McCarthy/Getty</p> Kate Hudson in New York City in February 2023

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Kate Hudson in New York City in February 2023

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"Finally realized it's time to say f#%! it and saaaannngg!!!!! #albumincoming #myikigai 🎶 🎤" wrote the Fabletics co-founder in the post's caption, seemingly referring to music as her "ikigai," aka a Japanese concept that translates to "reason for being."

Later that December, Huson discussed how the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic helped put her musical ambitions into motion because she was determined to live her life with no regrets.

"You know, I had this thing [during] COVID ... Every time you're doing interviews, people are like, 'Do you have any regrets?' I go, 'I'm early 40s... not yet.' But during COVID, I was like, 'You know, what am I doing?' " she said during an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

She then told host Jimmy Fallon that she's been a songwriter since she was 19, but "never shared" her work, explaining, "I just thought that would be one of my great regrets. I have no expectations. I just want to put a record out, and so I'm doing it. And I'm really proud of it. I can't wait."

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