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Dove Cameron’s New Single Is an Ode to Just Feeling “So Good” and We’re Hooked

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If there’s anyone who knows how to pull off looking like a fantastical being, it’s Dove Cameron. The 23-year-old just dropped her third single “So Good,” and it comes along with some stunning visuals. The track art features Cameron resembling the most ethereal wood nymph we’ve ever seen, elegantly posed with flowers adorning her face. “Pop the champagne / I’m feeling elevated, feeling motivated / Oh, there’s something happening in my brain,” she sings along to the song’s hypnotic beat. “Maybe I just woke up on the right side of my empty bed / Maybe it’s nothing / Increase the dopamine that keeps on stoking me / But I like what it’s done to my head.”

Cameron, who co-wrote the single with singer-songwriter Julia Michaels, has been teasing the drop on her social media for days, releasing the first sneak peek on Oct. 24. She eventually dropped the song at 12 a.m. on Nov. 1, and it’s a glorious way to ring in a new month. Hit replay one more time (or several more, we’re not judging) and then look ahead for all the gorgeous glimpses Cameron shared with fans before the drop.

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