Justin Bieber shares twerking ‘dance video’ for new single ‘Sorry’ – watch

Track follows on from 'What Do You Mean?' and 'Where Are Ü Now'

Justin Bieber has shared a ‘dance video’ for his new track ‘Sorry’.

‘Sorry’ was produced by Skrillex and follows recent singles ‘What Do You Mean?’ and ‘Where Are Ü Now’ (the latter was also produced by Skrillex and Diplo under their Jack Ü guise).

Bieber releases his new album ‘Purpose’ on November 13. It follows on from 2012’s ‘Believe’.

Watch the clip for ‘Sorry’ below, which features a group of twerking dancers.

Justin Bieber will perform at this weekend’s MTV EMAs in Milan, Italy, alongside Pharrell Williams, Ellie Goulding, James Bay, Jess Glynne, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and others.

“I’m excited to share this performance and this new material with my fans around the world. The EMAs are always a blast. I’m glad to be back and it’s going to be fun,” Bieber said of the news.

Nominees across the dozens of categories include Kendrick Lamar, Ellie Goulding and Foo Fighters. Taylor Swift leads the charge with eight nominations.

The annual awards ceremony will take place on Sunday (October 25).