British pop star Dua Lipa drops “Physical,” a dance anthem whose title and sound is a call back to Olivia Newton John’s 1981 classic “Let’s Get Physical” single.
Directed and produced by Canada’s Lope Serrano and Nicolás Méndez, the visual makes the most of Lipa’s gorgeous visage, showing her and her back up dancing in a series of color-coded scenes, first red, then blue, purple and so on. In addition to the music, the visual does double time as a promotion for Pepe jeans, which are worn by Lipa and her dancers throughout.
“Physical” is the second single from her upcoming second album, Future Nostalgia, which launches on April 3, 2020. The single follows “Don’t Start Now,” the lead single from the album.
Check out the color-soaked “Physical” visual below.
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💎 Physical video is finally out!! I’ve been so so excited, holding onto this one and fizzing until release. I hope you love it as much as I do. So grateful and lucky I got to work with the most incredible team @lopeserranosol @lawebdecanada on this video. I’ve always been such a fan of their work and i’m so happy we got to create something really magical together. Thank you @charmladonna @aclark_4 @k_anehorn and the incredible dancers who so tirelessly performed so beautifully over 3, 16 hour days to have this come to life. And ofcourse the gang that really held down the fort and PULLED OUT THE LOOKS… I love you all so so so much @lorenzoposocco @lisaeldridgemakeup @annacofone @raeannhayden @pepejeans @nawalalkhedairy @julianrupert @neavesie @cazclayton @pixielevinson WE MADE THIS WITH LOVE!!! ENJOY!! 💎