After releasing her nostalgic bop “Back to You” last month, Selena Gomez has returned with an equally nostalgic music video that takes notes from classic French New Wave films, complete with subtitles and chic outfits.

In the video, Gomez singles out a kindred spirit from an otherwise boring party. The two run away, stealing a car before eventually setting the car on fire in a desperate, Bonnie and Clyde move to avoid jail.

The pop star first released this single in May, accompanied by a lyric video that includes clips from the second season of 13 Reasons Why. The song is featured on the season two soundtrack of the Netflix series, which Gomez executive produces. On the upbeat track, Gomez emphasizes her desire to rekindle an old relationship, singing, “I want to hold you when I’m not supposed to/When I’m lying close to someone else...If I could do it all again, I know I’d go back to you.”


At the time of its release, fans automatically assumed the song is a not-so-subtle hint at her long and tumultuous relationship with Justin Bieber. Given how many times the couple has broken up and gotten back together, the song could eventually be a self-fulfilling prophecy, but we’ll have to wait and see. "I want it to be a beautiful message in a really complicated way, but really fun," she told Zane Lowe before premiering the song on Apple Music's Beats 1.

This song is Gomez's first single of 2018, ahead of what could be the year she releases her third solo studio album.