"Love Again" is a song by English singer Dua Lipa from her second studio album Future Nostalgia (2020). It was written by Lipa alongside Clarence Coffee Jr., Chelcee Grimes, and its producer Koz, with additional production from Stuart Price. The song was sent to radio in France on 11 March 2021 as the sixth single off the album there, and to pop radio in the United States on 6 July 2021 as the album's fourth single in the country. Lyrically, it explores heartbreak and personal growth themes, with Lipa falling in love again following a messy breakup. She announced the music video of the song on 31 May, through social media. The clip, directed by Canada, was released on 4 June. "Love Again" samples "My Woman", which was recorded in 1932 by Lew Stone and his Monseigneur Band; thus, the original composers Bing Crosby, Max Wartell, and Irving Wallman are also credited as writers. However, those around the time of "Love Again"'s release may be more familiar with the sound from White Town's 1997 song "Your Woman", which used a similar sample from "My Woman". "Love Again" is a dance-pop, disco, and electro song with a classic sound and 21st-century nu-disco production. Several music critics praised the use of the "My Woman" sample in "Love Again" and the 1970s disco strings used in its production. Commercially, it reached the top ten in Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Poland, as well as the top forty in Hungary and the Netherlands. A remix of the song by Horse Meat Disco is included on Lipa and the Blessed Madonna's remix album Club Future Nostalgia (2020). It includes heavy synths and funk-laced instrumentals.
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