By Ariana Bacle
Updated May 28, 2015 at 03:20 PM EDT

Hilary Duff’s first music video for “Sparks” features shots of Duff dancing in a bright, colorful small room intercut with footage of the “Come Clean” singer talking about her Tinder exploits and actually going on Tinder dates. But now there’s a new and (depending how you feel about Tinder) improved video for the song without any mention of the popular dating app.

“I made this just for you guys!” she tweeted Wednesday with a link to the new video, which gives Duff’s dancing the spotlight. Although this version seems more traditionally “music video” than the original, that one was intended to make viewers see another side of Duff: “I thought it would be really cool to capture me doing something totally normal that a ton of people do and include it in the video,” she told EW. “It’s two parts of my life that are meshing together.”

Duff’s fifth album, Breathe In. Breathe Out., arrives June 16.