Dua Lipa's 'Break My Heart' music video out!

Jewel Badgley Mischka

Jewel Badgley Mischka

We may have detoured slightly from the disco world with Dua Lipa's last single Physical but she's right back under the disco ball on third single Break My Heart.

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

Future Nostalgia falters near its end - "Good In Bed" tries to meld the jauntiness of early Lily Allen with the "hey!" interjections of Carly Rae Jepsen's E•MO•TION and the wordless vocalizing of vintage Gaga, a mix that never quite gels, while the anti-misogyny lament "Boys Will Be Boys" muddles its message with gloppy strings and shout-along choirs.

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"I was doing a radio show in Las Vegas and I went for a walk, just to clear my mind", Dua Lipa says.

The '80s-inspired bop samples the 1987 hit "Need You Tonight" by INXS.

Speaking about the recording and writing process, Dua said: "I had a lot more confidence because I'd done it before". "And how could I incorporate that nostalgic feeling of all my favourite childhood memories and inspirations into something new and modern?"

"This year was all about growth and I want to thanks my fans for sticking by my side through the years and for their patience". "We pulled through and made something we really hope you'll love!"

Listen to "Break My Heart" above. Don't Start Now 3. Levitating 6. Pretty Please 7.

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