The full video for Katy Perry‘s upcoming single, “Never Really Over,” promises to be a sun-splashed, colorful exploration of healing hearts and finding new love.
At least, that’s what it looks like based on a short preview of the clip that aired on Good Morning America on Thursday (May 30). “Two years and just like that/ My heart still takes me back,” Perry sings in the clip, standing in a field surrounded by dancers in guazy, multi-colored robes. “It’s never really over.”
The video for Perry’s first solo track in two years was shot in Malibu and will drop at midnight. The singer’s team told GMA that the track is all about “learning to heal your heart, let go and find a place to unite.” The song appears to have a tropical pop beat, accompanied buy a tick-tock rhythm and marching band drums.
Perry’s label has been hush-hush about the details on the song, including what, if any, role Zedd had in working on it. On Wednesday, Zedd tweeted just the name of the song, leading to speculation that he might be involved in the project. The collaborators were first spotted together in August 2018. Clips of the pair working in the studio were included in Zedd’s Australian tour recap video. The first official fruit of that labor came in the form of Zedd’s obsessive love song “365.” The producer even brought the singer out onstage with him at Coachella weekend 1 to perform “365” live.
Spokespeople for Perry and Zedd did not respond to requests for comment on the what, if any, role Zedd had in creating the new track.
Watch the video preview below.