Hello, shirtless Biebs.
Welcome back, Justin Bieber.
The 25-year-old pop star/new husband is back on the music grid with his new video for "I Don't Care," a catchy track he and Ed Sheeran dropped last week.
The song's about feeling alone at a party and not being able to connect with anyone except your love interest. The video, in turn, highlights that sense of social anxiety using colorful, trippy visuals. Performing in front of greenscreens and using purposefully poor Photoshop skills, Justin and Ed insert themselves into all kinds of scenery -- ranging from a basketball game to a pool party (hello, shirtless Biebs) -- all while wearing a plethora of strange outfits and costumes that don't necessarily match or belong.
Bieber's been hinting that he plans to drop more new music in 2019, stating during his appearance at Ariana Grande's Coachella set that his next album would be "coming soon." He also recently announced he'd be partnering with YouTube for a "top-secret project." We're stoked.
"No, I won't smile, but I'll show you my teeth," Halsey howls on the track. "And I'ma let you speak if you just let me breathe / I've been polite, but won't be caught dead / Lettin' a man tell me what I should do in my bed."
On Twitter, the singer said, "Imagine getting on stage every night and seeing young women sweating mascara tears, lightning in their eyes, throwing elbows and raising fists, screaming 'til the veins in their necks raise under warm skin -- and not being inspired by it. This song is about you, for you."
Enjoy these and all of TooFab's picks for best new music below.
'I Don't Care' - Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber
'Nightmare' - Halsey
'Old Town Road' - Lil Nas X ft. Billy Ray Cyrus
'Medicine (Steve Aoki and the Block Remix)' - Jennifer Lopez and Steve Aoki
'Future' - Madonna ft. Quavo
'Blame It on Your Love' - Charli XCX ft. Lil Lizzo
'Doin' Time' - Lana del Rey
'Don't Leave Me Lonely' - Mark Ronson ft. YEBBA
'New Eyes' - Adam Lambert
'Dear Society' - Madison Beer
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