And now the official music video is here. The music video follows Dua Lipa as she traverses the surreal landscape of various heartbreaks and mishaps in love, finding herself often propelled from bed to an airplane to her bathtub and elsewhere. Assuming you're listening closely.
After an intriguing poster and a teaser track, singer Dua Lipa released her much-anticipated music-video song "Break My Heart" on Thursday.
"I've always been the one to say the first goodbye, had to love and lose a hundred million times", Dua begins the song over bouncy synths. Correct, we all should stay at home to avoid the coronavirus. "I should've stayed at home / 'Cause now there ain't no letting you go / Am I falling in love with the one that could break my heart?".
The 24-year-old pop star has admitted it was a hard call to make in regards to whether or not she should release her second album - the follow-up to her 2017 self-titled debut - during the coronavirus pandemic, but ultimately she decided that it's what her fans need in this "unsettling" period when it's not known when things will go back to normal.
She continued: "I spent about two years, I worked backwards because I knew what the title was going to be, then I worked solidly for nine months after I figure out the title". I hope it makes you smile. The Brit's sophomore LP, Future Nostalgia, arrives on Friday and all signs point to it being impeccable.
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