This past November, Adele released her long-awaited follow-up to 2015’s 25. 30 was everything we wanted and then some. It has the Elton John ballads to get drunk to and reflect upon your flaws. It has the bangers that inspire late-night affairs. It found Adele demonstrating vulnerability like never before and wrestling with the dopamine rushes (and crashes) of love.
One of the album’s many highlights is the Greg Kurstin collab “Oh My God”—and today we get an elegantly kinetic video for that single. The clip was directed by Sam Brown, who was behind her video for 2010’s “Rolling in the Deep.” The visual for “Oh My God” is a black-and-white playground of dancing couples, fallen chairs, displayed apples, plenty of reveling, and intense embraces. “I know that it’s wrong, but I want to have fun,” Adele sings before the chorus hits. She mostly sits throughout the video, unfazed by the chaos around her. Later, a chair is on fire and she eyes a shiny apple curiously before taking a bite.
Watch it below.