The video features an adorable childhood photo of Lily.
Well, that was quick! Glastonbury was less than a month ago, but Lily Allen already has a brand-new music video that was shot entirely around the mammoth British festival. In case you were wondering what it's like to pal around with the Sheezus star on the road (which, let's face it, sounds like a complete trip), check out the Chris Sweeney-directed video below.
The video starts on a more serious note. Lily shares a photo of herself at the fest in the mid-1980s with her dad and talks about how she used to attend year after year. Five years ago -- the last time she went before this year -- she met her husband there, and now they've got two kids.
Appropriately, the song is a lyrical ode to her love for husband Sam Cooper -- "I had that awful feeling / That I needed help / My life had lost its meaning / But you saved me from myself." However, she finds plenty of time to let loose in the video, sporting a Beyonce-inspired "Surfboard" sweatshirt and joking around with just about anyone who walked up to the cameras.