On Friday, Michael Bublé is releasing his new album Higher, which he kicked off with a music video of his single “I’ll Never Not Love You.”
The Canadian crooner’s video was inspired by his wife Luisana Lopilato, and is something of a sequel to his 2009 hit “Haven’t Met You Yet” (also inspired by his wife). Per People, Bublé, 46, and Lopilato, 34, recreated famous scenes from classic romance movies for the new music video from Love, Actually and Titanic. “I’ll Never Not Love You” also featured a nod to a Taylor Swift’s All Too Well (10 Minute Version) short film.
“She’s an incredible artist and one of our greatest writers. I loved that I got to hit something that for me was so modern and contemporary,” Bublé said of his decision to reference Swift’s video. “And, yes: Once a Swiftie, always a Swiftie!”
Watch the music video for “I’ll Never Not Love You” below:
Higher was inspired by Bublé’s muses: Lopilato and their children Noah, 8, Elias, 6, and Vida, 3. The couple is also expecting a fourth child, Bublé revealed in the “I’ll Never Not Love You” video. “I was inspired by my wife and my kids and what we’d been through,” says Bublé, whose son Noah was diagnosed with liver cancer six years ago (he’s been cancer-free since 2017). “It’s just based on being in love with my life. I truly came at it with an attitude of gratitude. And I was really ready to leave my comfort zone and make an album that was fresh for my audience. I’ve been waiting for people to hear it. I’d meet people on the street or I’d be at Costco, and someone would come up and say, ‘Oh, what are you working on?’ I would say, ‘Oh my God, I just can’t wait for you to hear this.'”
Bublé calls Higher his best LP yet, and it honors his family’s resilience.