Gravity-Defying. Lily Allen Stands On The Ceiling In Her “Lost My Mind” Video
Lily Allen defies gravity in the video for her new single “Lost My Mind.” The 33-year-old explores the pain of heartbreak on the track, which serves as the second single off her forthcoming album, No Shame. “I caught some feelings. Now I sense a change. Something beautiful has slipped away,” she laments over a deceptively uplifting production. Things get bleaker as she moves into the chorus without her beloved by her side. “Now I’m stuck in a rut, kicking stones. Looking at my phone all night. Maybe I’ve lost my mind.” The Myles Whittingham-directed video brings the track’s evocative lyrics to life. In it, the emotionally spent diva finds herself trapped in her bedroom after a fight with a partner. Things get a little topsy-turvy as the room rotates, and the siren walks on the walls and ceiling. In all, it is a boldly hued visual that perfectly captures her feelings.
Things are getting serious for Lily as she prepares to unveil her highly anticipated fourth LP tomorrow (June 8). After taking a short break from music, she launched the era with her Giggs-assisted lead single “Trigger Bang” in January. In March she confirmed the album’s approaching release date and rolled out a pair of buzz tracks. The album includes collaborations with Fryars, Mark Ronson, Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig, Burna Boy, P2J and Cass Lowe. In 2016, Ronson said Lily’s work for the new album was some of her best yet, so her comeback is sure to be brimming over with potential hits. Watch the singer’s latest visual up top and revisit “Trigger Bang” before the LP drops below.