Earlier this month, Mark Ronson announced his next studio album and introduced the LP by sharing its Lykke Li-assisted lead single and title track, “Late Night Feelings.” The introductory record on Ronson’s Late Night Feelings LP, “Late Night Feelings” is one of the 13 tracks featured on the 43-year-old hitmaker’s new album, which also includes collaborations with Angel Olsen, Camila Cabello, Alicia Keys, YEBBA, Miley Cyrus and others — Lykke Li also makes a second appearance on another Late Night Feelings cut, “2 AM.” Now, Ronson is teaming up with director JP Chartrand to put together the official music video for “Late Night Feelings.”
“With a big artist, sometimes it’s a little more scary because there’s more expectation. There’s more pressure. You don’t want to thwart or burn any of their fans,” Mark Ronson previously told Rashida Jones for an Interview feature, explaining how he approaches collaborations like “Late Night Feelings.” “With my records, they’re always from my background as a DJ and playing in clubs in New York for 20 years. Everything always comes from the beat, whether it’s a live drum or a program beat on a drum machine. It’s always the groove first, and then we build the song on it. That’s how ‘Uptown Funk’ and ‘Ooh Wee’ were written. That’s how ‘Bang Bang Bang’ was written. All of those songs usually come from a jam and a groove that feels good, because that’s what I’m always thinking about—how people move to shit.”
You can take a look at Mark Ronson and Lykke Li’s new music video for “Late Night Feelings” above. Mark Ronson’s fifth studio album, Late Night Feelings, is scheduled to see release on June 21 via Sony Music.
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