We can watch Dua Lipa singing her Future Nostalgia (The Moonlight Edition) single “Love Again” in her most recently released video. Before the release, the singer revealed a sneak-peak where we could see her in a cover art with her face but a little obscured with a cowboy hat.
In the video we can see Dua Lipa riding a mechanical bull, dancing with some cowboy clowns (later said clowns end lassoing an egg so take your own conclusions) In the end, she is in 'Love Again' and reveals her face painted as a clown too and fans were quick to point that love makes them feel like clowns, too. And in case you were wondering, you heard right. The song includes the 1930s Al Bowlly trumpet sample employed in the classic 1997 one-hit-wonder smash from White Town, "Your Woman."
The singer also expressed her gratitude on social media where she shared the video with her more than 67 million followers. “Thank you to my gang for always pulling through! We shot this video in the midst of our Brits rehearsals and prep. Learnt the choreo in 45 mins, kept adding outfits mid-shoot but we did the damn thaaaang!!? Thank you” After tagging all the people involved she added the best good-bye note. “f-ckin yeeeeeehawwwwww!!!!!”
In the video, not only the lyrics and rhythms is amazing but we can see Dua Lipa serves up all of the classic Western attire with an amazing outfit that makes the whole thing a perfect scenario. A zebra-print bikini top paired with hot pants, a cowboy hat, and a bolo tie make the first outfit and another includes red-and-black denim set from Levi’s recent collaboration with Miu Miu, as well as a cow-print bikini top worn with a cow-print jacket and baggy pants.
In March, Dua Lipa won the 2021 Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album for Future Nostalgia and performed “Don’t Start Now” and “Levitating” at the ceremony. In addition to remixing Club Future Nostalgia with guests including Missy Elliot, Mark Ronson, and many more. The singer has released three new songs on a deluxe Moonlight Edition of the album.
In fact, Dua revealed some months ago that lockdown helped her to achieve and work on this album and that she really never thought of promoting her music while sitting on the couch. "I do feel like I've learned so much, I've grown so much, I've been thinking outside the box," Lipa adds. "I just didn't let it stop me from trying to come up with interesting ways to create new dimensions for this record and still make it fun for everyone at home. I never thought this would happen in a million years — that I would be promoting my record from my sofa or setting up green screens in my living room," she continued.