Watch: Cara Delevingne and Pharrell’s New Single ‘I Feel Everything’ Will Actually Make You Feel Everything

Update: Today, the official music video for Cara Delevingne and Pharrell’s track “I Feel Everything” hit the interwebs. The video cuts between scenes from the film and shots of suit- and wig-clad Caras singing and staring fixedly at the camera. Like reaction to the movie Valerian itself, reviews are mixed. “No runway-ready couture to be found here; instead the wardrobe for the video consists of three bad wigs, one black suit, and a onesie made out of hundreds of moving butterflies,” observes the Cut‘s Anna Silman. Vogue, meanwhile, cites it as proof “that there is literally no color or style fashion’s favorite wild child can’t pull off.” We’re inclined to agree with the former. Watch the full clip below, decide for yourself.

July 21, 2017 – Cara Delevingne is a woman of many talents. She’s an accomplished model, a budding actress and quite a lovely singer. On Thursday night, the Brit took to Instagram to share her latest musical endeavor, a Pharrell-produced track titled “I Feel Everything.” The song appears on the soundtrack for Cara’s new sci-fi film, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, which hits theaters today.

Cara Delevingne: actress, songstress, fashion icon.

Cara Delevingne: actress, songstress, fashion icon; Image: Gotham/GC Images

The jazzy track, which E! predicts will play as the film credits roll, explores a very popular theme in music — love. In writing the song, Cara wanted to channel the feeling of “when you fall in love, everything is raw and you feel everything for the first time,” she told USA Today.

This is Cara and Pharrell’s second musical collab, the first being a Chanel-sponsored track titled “CC the World,” which the duo performed in a short film released in advance of the French fashion house’s 2014 Métiers d’art show. That same year, we got to watch Cara, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift serenade a U.S. ambassador via an instantly iconic Instagram. Before that, the 24-year-old showed off her pipes in a duet with her musician friend Will Heard. And then there was that time she sang “I Want Candy” for Love magazine.

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Give it a listen in the video below.

[ via Fashionista ]