Filmed around the brutalist architecture of London Barbican, it contains skateboarding, bubblegum, puffa jackets, wool coats - all kinds of coats, come to think of it - and some positive protest placards, like “Dua For President” and “You Can Sit With Us”. It makes London look like a paradise, actually.
Kinga Burza directs the clip, streaming below. It lands ahead of Dua Lipa’s self-titled debut album, out 10th February 2017.
Dua Lipa plays the following UK dates:
05 Dublin, Academy 2
07 Manchester, Gorilla
09 Birmingham, Institute 2
10 London, KOKO
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