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Dua Lipa has shared both a new remix EP, and a disco-infused live video for 'Don't Start Now'

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Published: 12:13 pm, January 10, 2020
Dua Lipa has shared both a new remix EP, and a disco-infused live video for 'Don't Start Now'

Dua Lipa has shared both a new remix EP, and a live video for 'Don't Start Now'.

The six-track remix EP includes remixes from Pink Panda, Dom Dolla, Purple Disco Machine and Zach Witness, as well as the extended live version of the track.

The disco-influenced video meanwhile was directed by Daniel Carberry (Justin Bieber, Bruno Mars, Deadmau5), and shot in LA.

Dua's second full-length will be called 'Future Nostalgia', and is due later this year.

Check out 'Don't Start Now' in all its new forms below.

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