The 21-year-old pop star dropped another catchy single from his highly anticipated Purpose album on Thursday, complete with a must-see video featuring The Ladies of ReQuest and The Royal Family Dance Crews out of The Palace Dance Studio in New Zealand.
The new track, titled "Sorry," was co-produced by BLOOD (formerly Blood Diamonds) and Skrillex, and is the next single, following "Where Are U Now" and "What Do You Mean?," off of his first studio album in three years. Purpose is currently available for pre-order on iTunes, and will be released Nov. 13. Fans will get a free download of "Sorry" when they pre-order the album, as Bieber has noted on his social media accounts.
While the singer doesn't make an appearance in the official music video for the jam, it's definitely one to watch. Directed, choreographed and produced by Parris Goebel, the video features dancers dressed in brightly-colored attire, sunglasses and snapbacks performing choreographed moves to the nearly four minute song.
We seriously can't take our eyes off these dancers. Like, look how in sync they are as they bust out killer moves in a diagonal line…
Or tell us 'no' with a cool head nod and a shake of the finger.
In more Bieber news, a surprise duet titled "Strong" with his on-again, off-again ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez leaked on Drake's OVO Sound Radio earlier this month. Though it was removed from the site, it still caused fan frenzy. Watch the video below to hear more.