Dua Lipa says “Don’t Start Now” in her new music video.

After much anticipation — and a special sneak peek for one fan — Lipa has dropped new visuals. The two-time Grammy winner released the audio version of the song on Thursday ahead of today’s music video release.

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“The second I heard it back once it got sent to me after the studio session, I was like, ‘Okay,'” Lupa told Zane Lowe. “I was like, ‘This is what I want to lead with,’ because it felt like the perfect song to really kind of describe everything that the record is.

“It’s quite nostalgic, it’s very disco influenced, it’s quite different to my other stuff,” she continued. “But it’s still a pop record. It just felt like the right song to lead with, and I’m really excited about it because I feel like it paints exactly the picture that I wanted for people to really get.”

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Lipa revealed her sophomore album would drop sometime in 2020. Lupa will reveal the album title and release a title track music video.

“I feel like that’s when things will start making even more sense with everything I’ve been doing up to now,” she shared. “Yeah, we’ll just keep going from there.”