Dua Lipa is back. Actually, let’s be real, she never left. But she did just drop a new rendition of her March 2020 album, titled Future Nostalgia (The Moonlight Edition), which features her collaborations with Miley Cyrus and Angèle and then some, along with four brand new tracks: “We’re Good,” “If It Ain’t Me,” “That Kind of Woman,” and “Not My Problem” featuring J.I.D.
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For “We’re Good,” The Moonlight Edition’s first single, our quarantine queen dropped an accompanying video which heavily features lobsters as both a twisted metaphor for love (lobsters mate for life), and a tale of letting love go, setting love free if you will.
The visual opens with Dua performing at a restaurant on a cruise ship, while diners order their dinner from a tank. Thematically on point, Dua sings of freeing oneself from feeling trapped in a relationship when things just aren’t meant to be, as the fates of the cruisers and one lone left lobster take a turn in a surprise plot twist.
"Not gonna judge you when you're with somebody else / As long as you swear you won't be pissed when I do it myself / Let's end it like we should and say we're good," she kinda gives us slight No Doubt vibes, like teeny tiny. as she sings about parting ways with an ex in the chorus.
Speaking of parting, Dua’s choice for an underlying or overlying (we’re not entirely sure) Titanic theme was both glamorous and slightly morbid. Leaving us feeling kinda weird, but like in a good way, you know. And since we'd define us as more than good we want you to feel the same, watch Dua’s new music video for "We're Good" below.
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