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‘We’re Good’ the new release form Dua Lipa

Her sophomore record was released in March 2020 and surpassed 294 million streams in its first week

Dua Lipa releases her new single ‘We’re Good’; dropping the tempo the track is a sensual tale of two lovers needing to go their separate ways. Produced by Sly this slow groove track is taken from ‘Future Nostalgia – The Moonlight Edition, which also includes the hit singles ‘Don’t Start Now’, ‘Physical’, ‘Break My Heart’ and ‘Levitating’

Listen to We’re Good here: https://dualipa.co/WereGood
Listen to Future Nostalgia – The Moonlight Edition here: https://dualipa.co/FN-MoonlightEdition
Pre-order the physical here: https://dualipa.co/moonlightedition-order

The video for ‘We’re Good’ sees Dua Lipa serenading the guests in an exquisite looking restaurant on a ship from the turn of the 20th Century. In the same restaurant a lobster’s fate takes a very unexpected turn too….. The beautiful and surreal video is directed by Vania Hetmann & Gal Muggla.

Watch the official video below

‘Future Nostalgia – The Moonlight Edition’ is also released today on all digital platforms. This deluxe edition features three more previously unheard tracks ‘If It Ain’t Me’, ‘That Kind of Women’ and ‘Not My Problem (feat. JID)’ and will include the top 10 smash hit single from Miley Cyrus Feat Dua Lipa ‘Prisoner’ which has reached 250m streams worldwide. Also on the album is ‘Fever’ with Angèle, which spent three weeks at #1 in France and 11 weeks at #1 in Belgium and J Balvin, & Bad Bunny ‘UN DIA (ONE DAY) (Feat. Tainy) which has hit over 500m streams.

Since the release of her first single in 2015, Dua Lipa has become one of the music world’s hottest young artists. Her eponymous debut album has eclipsed 6 million sales worldwide, with single sales reaching 80 million and the video for her break-out hit “New Rules” (“the song that changed my life,” she says), made her the youngest female solo artist to reach one billion views on YouTube. She made BRIT Award history in 2018 as the first female artist to pick up five nominations, with two wins for British Breakthrough Act and British Female Solo Artist.