It was released to contemporary hit radio in the United Kingdom on 15 July as the album's seventh single, releasing in the same format in the United States on 22 August. In the lyrics, the singer states a list of rules to get over a former boyfriend. The song received positive reviews from music critics, with many labelling it a break-up and female empowerment anthem. An accompanying music video for the song was directed by Henry Scholfield and premiered through Lipa's YouTube account on 7 July
"Future Nostalgia" is a strong opening track.
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Subscriber Account active since. Dua Lipa released her sophomore album, "Future Nostalgia," on Friday. Insider's music team reporter Callie Ahlgrim and celebrity and music editor Courteney Larocca listened to the new album on our own, jotting down our initial thoughts track by track. Overall, we think Lipa shines in the disco-pop arena. She's also excellent at picking singles, since two of them ended up as our favorites on the album, along with "Pretty Please. Here is what we thought of each song on Lipa's album upon first listen. Skip to the end to see the only songs worth listening to and the album's final score. This infectious opening track is danceable from start to finish. It's also a great introduction to the album as it heavily employs the electric, retro sound Lipa wanted to center the entire project around.
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Pubs and restaurants in many areas of Scotland will be able to serve alcohol indoors again from next week, the first minister has announced. Nicola Sturgeon said the move would allow licensed premises in level two of the country's new five-tier system to serve alcohol with a meal until In level three areas - likely to be much of the central belt - they can reopen until but cannot serve alcohol. The level that each of the 32 council areas in Scotland will fall under is expected to be confirmed on Thursday. The new system will add two levels to the three-tier system currently in use in England, adding a "level zero" at the bottom - where life can return almost to normal - and strict measures similar to a full lockdown in level four. It is expected that most of the central belt - which is currently under tighter restrictions than the rest of the country - will be placed in level three. The exceptions could be North and South Lanarkshire, which could go into the highest level four category due to concerns about high numbers of cases and hospital admissions there. In level four all pubs and restaurants would be closed, along with non-essential stores, visitor attractions, gyms, libraries and hairdressers. However Ms Sturgeon said there had been "encouraging signs" in Lanarkshire, and that it would only be placed in the top tier "if absolutely necessary".