The collaboration was first released in April, with NME calling the track at the time a “dreamy whirlpool of deep house” and the “song of the summer”.
The pair have now unveiled a tropical clip for the track, which depicts a poolside Lipa and Harris dressed as a waiter.
Watch it now at Apple Music. Lipa has said that it will arrive on other services “very soon”.
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Dua Lipa recently fired back at the “total misconception” that she “hates men”.
The record-breaking singer recently spoke to Teen Vogue about the success of 2017 hit ‘New Rules’, which she describes as something of a sisterhood anthem.
“I wanted it to be about the rules you would tell your girlfriends,” Dua said of the track. “I think sisterhood is really important. It’s really important to take care of the girls around you and keep your friends close.”
Explaining the meaning behind the song, Lipa added: “It can be [about] someone weighing you down, if the situation is someone who’s really cramping your mood or making you feel bad… It just really depends on if that person is really toxic. One thing you’re really responsible for is the energy you surround yourself with.”
“A lot of men come up to me and say, ‘You really hate men, don’t you?’,” she went on to reveal, saying: “That’s a total misconception”.
“Some of the songs are unfiltered, and I don’t hold back,” Dua continued. “I think gender norms are definitely a massive rule that should be broken.”
Lipa also suggested an extra “rule” that could be added to the ‘New Rules’ lyrics: “Quite frankly, block them on social media.”