SPL220089_011Capping off an exciting day overseas, Selena Gomez enjoyed an evening on the town in London with a dinner outing at Nobu on Tuesday night (July 5).

The “Who Says” singer was looking fabulous in a frilly off-the-shoulder top with baggy black pants and an MCM handbag as she and her gal pals noshed on Japanese cuisine at the trendy eatery.

Earlier in the day, Selena made a promotional stop at London’s HMV store, as she tweeted after the meet and greet, “Thanks to all of you who came out to see me at HMV me this afternoon. It was so good to see y’all!”

In London promoting her new album “When The Sun Goes Down,” Gomez told Billboard of her maturing sound, “I’m still the same person, but I am getting older, so I wanted to create a while different kind of fun sound when it came to the lyrics. The lyrics are a lot more cheeky on this album…and the music’s really fun.”

She added that the album is “more positive, which I haven’t really done a lot of. ‘Naturally’ and ‘Who Says,’ which are my biggest songs, are both very positive, but most of my records are kind of intense break-up songs and a little bit repetitive with what I’m singing about. So I guess I’m really excited about the fact that most of (the album) is really uplifting songs about summer and being able to be present and happy with where you are and enjoying the moment. It’s a really empowering record and that’s just more of the place I was in, so I wanted it to be really powerful and to be something that was inspiring.”

As for her upcoming seven-week “When The Sun Goes Down Tour – which starts July 24 – the 18-year-old revealed, “We’re dividing it into four sections. We’re going to have wardrobe changes. There’s going to be dancers — I will not be dancing most of the time. They’ll just be back there getting the crowd pumped up. We’re going to have fun screens in the background. It’s just gonna be a huge party. I wanted to make it like a PG-13 rave.”