Dua Lipa Shares New Single "Break My Heart"

Brunilde Fioravanti
Marzo 26, 2020

During Instagram-session Dua Lipa with tears in his eyes explained that "in all such situations, we must all actively work together to make changes".

After an intriguing poster and a teaser track, singer Dua Lipa released her much-anticipated music-video song "Break My Heart" on Thursday.

Future Nostalgia also includes the number one global hit single "Don't Start Now", and her current United Kingdom smash single "Physical".

"I would have stayed at home/ "cause I was doing better alone/ but when you said 'hello"/ I knew that was the end of it all", she sings.

The 24-year-old pop star has described the songs - which are inspired by the likes of 90s stars Jamiroquai and Moloko - as "relentless" and said she had a lot of "fun" paying homage to the artists she's influenced by. And like their previous singles "Don't Start Now, quot; and "Physical", the song, which details reservations about falling in love with someone despite knowing they might go south, offers an inspiring dance rhythm for inspiration. retro".

Subsequent scenes see Lipa singing from inside a tilting ship, observing various couples who seem to be going through their own issues and dancing backed by other women in complementary colorful attire.

While Dua Lipa might not be performing on Saturday Night Live this weekend, she has made a decision to drop her album Future Nostalgia early, releasing it this Friday, March 27, instead of next Friday, April 3. She is set to embark on a European tour leg in May.

Listen to "Break My Heart" below.

"Thank you to everyone that made this possible and worked so so hard during the insane -8 degrees weather", the pop star wrote on Twitter, "while also holding my hand through the worst flu of my life".

"You should put all your focus into what you love, being out of your comfort zone is really important". Lipa added in a separated tweet. "Thank you Henry Scholfield we made anuuutha one!"

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