As promised, Friday brought us the party-lamenting track's official video. Catch that up top. The central plot is, well, just watch it. That's the best way to go about this. Emil Nava, who's previously helmed videos for Eminem and Julia Michaels, directed.
The collab marks Sheeran's first batch of newness since his "Shape of You"-featuring 2017 album Divide, which ultimately bagged Best Pop Vocal Album at the subsequent Grammy Awards ceremony. Bieber, meanwhile, last released a new album—the excellent Purpose—back in 2015.
Though the teased album was later alleged to still be a bit earlier in the process than what many gleaned from these comments, Bieber did notably mention imminent new music during a surprise Coachella appearance alongside Ariana Grande in April. The two, of course, are both managed by Scooter Braun.
At the top of this month, Bieber shared a candid reflection on his struggles with "fear and anxiety" in a note to fans.
"Don't stop fighting, the battle has already won," he said. "Fight for what you love and who you love [and] don't let fear and anxiety win." Previously, in his Vogue cover story with Hailey Baldwin back in February, Bieber elaborated further on how his life has changed since the Purpose era.