Justin Bieber has kicked off his video series Changes: The Movement with new clips for “Habitual” and “All Around Me.”
For the “Habitual” visual, the pop star recruited director Nick DeMouraand choreographer Tessandra Chavez. The impressive one-take video features multiple couples dancing through the backstage of a theatre, before coming together to a massive dance-off on the main stage.
On the other hand, the “All Around Me” video focuses on a pair of dancers on a dimly lit soundstage, who perform as the walls move and change around them. The clip was choreographed by So You Think You Can Dance alum Phillip Chbeeb.
Both visuals are the first releases from Bieber’s Changes: The Movement project, a series of video vignettes to accompany songs from his latest album, Changes. Back in 2015, Bieber released a similar project, Purpose: The Movement, for his previous album, Purpose.
New videos from Changes: The Movement will be released every Monday and Wednesday. Watch the clips for “Habitual” and “All Around Me” below.
“All Around Me”: