Joining Ed Sheeran’s “Bad Habits,” Dua Lipa’s R&B style worldwide hit “Levitating” has bagged a brand new animated music video, where the singer can be seen sending viewers into a glitzy and sparkly aesthetic space. The English singer-songwriter released this song as a single and integrated it alongside some of her biggest bangers from 2020 dance-pop album ‘Future Nostalgia’.
The AMV hangs onto the “idea of levitating when falling in love” with nostalgic 80s and 90s vibes.
Japanese upcoming animation group, NOSTALOOK, directed the video, which is expertise in forging works evocative of retro Japanese anime style.
Yu Tusbaki, Kento Orisaka, and Yuta Ueno (TOKYO Original: KOJOE – Day n Nite) are associated with this project as creative director, art director, and producer respectively.
Dua Lipa has long asserted “I love Japanese culture” and has posted on social media about her favorite anime. On March 27th last year Dua Lipa dropped Levitating with Warner Records which later broke the record for the longest-running song on Spotify’s flagship playlist, “Today’s Top Hits” by remaining nearly 10 months in the Top 15.