The track—recorded in collaboration with Spotify—was created for the jewelry brand’s 2018 Believe in Dreams video campaign, which features a world full of Tiffany blue, choreographed dancing, and, of course, lots of iced-out pieces.
Ferg doesn’t appear in the visual, but his verse in “Moon River” is a highlight. (Fanning’s vocals are pretty good, too.)
You can check out the Believe in Dreams video campaign above, which also includes Maddie Ziegler. The project was directed by Frances Lawrence (Hunger Games) and includes choreography by Ryan Heffington.
The original version of “Moon River” was made popular by the 1961 film Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Since its release, the Oscar-winning song has been covered by everyone from Aretha Franklin and Elton John to the Killers and Frank Ocean.