Katy Perry, John Mayer Release 'Who You Love' Single Art
The Mario Sorrenti-shot portrait features the couple comfortably relaxed for their duet.
John Mayer and Katy Perry have released the cover art for their duet, "Who You Love."
" 'Who You Love' is here," wrote Mayer in an Instagram post of the artwork for the track off his latest album, Paradise Valley. "Proud of this song, proud of this artwork, proud of this girl."
Shot by Mario Sorrenti, the black-and-white cover for the couple's "Who You Love" single features Perry in a slip, lying on a velvet couch with her arm around a casually dressed Mayer, who is sitting on the floor and playing a guitar.
"And yes, we look like this at home pretty much all the time," Mayer joked of the shoot on his blog.
Vanity Fair notes that other casual yet intimate portraits from the shoot include Perry in a turtleneck with her hand inside Mayer's denim shirt, Mayer kissing Perry's neck as she smiles with her leg popped, and a solo shot of Mayer wearing a blazer and strumming his guitar.
The two musicians, who dated in 2012, recently reunited but have mostly kept their relationship quiet. Yet in her verse, Perry sings, "My boy, he ain't the one that I saw coming / some have said his heart's too hard to hold / and it takes a little time, but you should see him when he shines / because you never let the feeling go." Likewise, Mayer also sings, "I tried to run before, but I'm not running anymore / because I've fought against it hard enough to know / that you love who you love, who you love."
See the cover art for their duet below.
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