Charlie Puth has unleashed his most recent single. “I Warned Myself” arrived on Wednesday (Aug. 21) alongside an intense tune video.
Within the visible, directed by Brendan Vaughan, Puth serves up masses of somber glances as he sings about an intoxicating relationship. “You mess with my coronary heart/ Now you are the operate/ Warned myself that I must not play with fire/ I’m in a position to uncover that I’ll produce it all once more,” he croons.
Puth previously shared the song’s art work, a shadowy-and-white cessation-up shot of his face, in an announcement. The “Attention” singer then promoted a countdown carefully and shared some in the aid of-the-scenes pictures with producer Benny Blanco on his Instagram sage.
“I Warned Myself” is Puth’s first original originate since his 2018 album Voicenotes. The singer-songwriter now not too long ago hopped on a remix of 5 Second of Summer‘s “Simpler,” which he co-wrote.
Last week, Puth also shared that he’s “hanging out three songs.” “I Warned Myself” is the first in the residing.
Take a look at out the video below.