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"Physical" was released through Warner Records for digital download and streaming as the album's second single on 30 January 2020. It was met with acclaim from music critics. Critics viewed the high energy of the song and Lipa's vocals as uniquely reinterpreting the 1980s era. It was nominated for Song of the Year at the 2021 Brit Awards and appeared on numerous 2020 year-end lists, including ones published by Billboard, The Guardian and NME. The song reached number one in Bulgaria, Croatia, Israel, Lebanon, and Poland, and peaked in the top 10 of 17 additional countries, including the UK Singles Chart, where it peaked at number three, becoming Lipa's eighth UK top 10 single. The song is certified Gold or higher in sixteen countries including diamond in Brazil and platinum in the UK.

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Lipa described the writing process as a puzzle of collaborative ideas being put together, which Hudson noted down in all caps.[3] Lyrics such as, "You got me feeling diamond rich / Nothing on this planet compares to it", were written with inspiration from the 1980s era.[5] Lipa came up with the bridge melody when experimenting with a bedroom microphone.[3] The "Let's get physical" line in the chorus of "Physical" is also used in Olivia Newton-John's 1981 song of the same name.[6] However, the former was not based on it, although Lipa acknowledged afterwards that there is "definitely a nod" to the song.[7] According to her, "Physical" was a "spur-of-the-moment kind of song, which at times had a Eurythmics vibe to it".[8] The song was recorded at London's the Bunker at 13 and RAK Studios as well as Modulator Music in Toronto; the vocals were recorded at TaP Studio in London. Matty Green mixed the song at Studio 55 in Los Angeles and Chris Gehringer mastered it at Sterling Sound in Edgewater, New Jersey.[2]

Prior to the chorus, a suction effect is used where the production briefly disappears before appearing again.[3] The chorus is led by a synth flute similar to the Japanese shakuhachi instrument. The chords are introduced in this section alongside a cymbal, eighth note hi-hats, and various impact effects.[38] Lipa belts each chorus which all end with her intensely chanting, "Come on / Let's get physical!".[27][41] In the middle eight, her vocals reach a higher register, changing her pleas to commands while building to an ending crescendo.[42][41][43] Lyrically, "Physical" is a statement of purpose where Lipa celebrates the honeymoon phase in an intoxicating and lustful relationship.[31][44][45] She sings about trusting her instincts, sex and female empowerment, in the sense where women are not waiting for a man to save them.[25][46][47]

Spotify first revealed the song's title in an advertisement for Future Nostalgia on 6 January 2020.[48] On 22 and 23 January 2020, Lipa shared teaser images captioned with lyrics from "Physical" on social media.[49][50] The single's cover art was shared on 24 January of that year and shows Lipa contortedly posing in a dress that has contrasting coloured animal print.[44][51] On 28 January 2020, Lipa shared a teaser video on social media, featuring a 19-second snippet of the track.[52] "Physical" was released for digital download and streaming as the album's second single on 30 January 2020.[20][53][54] The song was sent for radio airplay in Italy on 14 February 2020.[55]

In his review for Pitchfork, Eric Torres wrote that the song's "vigorous chorus is as fit for the gym as the dancefloor" and appreciated that it "brushes past simplistic, imitative devotion".[39] Music critic Maura Johnston expressed similar feelings, writing that "Physical" resisted "the urge to let familiarity do the heavy lifting" and the reference to Newton-John's track was "reinterpreted in exciting ways".[72] Meanwhile, Jonathan Wright of God Is in the TV wrote that Lipa "manages to take the perhaps overused lyric, 'let's get physical' and deliver it with a thrilling energy".[41] The Independent's Helen Brown favoured Lipa's vocals for being "muscular with authority" and said, "Each note gets down and gives her 20."[73] Similarly, Conrad Duncan of Under the Radar appreciated the singer's "spirited" vocals, while Brad Garcia from Exclaim! complimented the use of her higher vocal register and named it among Lipa's "strongest performances".[42][37]

The high-concept music video is based on a Venn diagram by Swiss artist duo Peter Fischli and David Weiss from their 1981 series of works Order and Cleanliness.[125] The video matches four primary universal concepts in the diagram; human being, emotions, animals, and matter, to the four primary colours. Each concept is intersected to form new concepts such as technology and meat, and this results in the central concept of an orgasm forming. The dancers in each colour category all have individual slogans on the back of their shirts relating to each concept from the Venn diagram. The concept of the video was inspired by the song's increasing trajectory and crescendo, which Serrano likened to sexual arousal.[118] According to Lipa, the video is about "the feeling of being alive, and coming together, and all those parts of you dancing at the same time and getting physical".[125]

Lipa first teased the music video on social media 15 December 2019, sharing a selfie in costume for it.[129] She shared another photo of herself in costume for it on 16 January 2020, with the caption, "New music coming soon to a galaxy near you...".[130] On 20 January 2020, she shared an image on social media of the sports car featured in the video, with the caption, "Remember the signs..."[131] The music video was released to YouTube on 31 January 2020 at 05:00 PT (12:00 UTC).[53] It was preceded by the release of teaser trailer on the platform, and two teaser clips shared on social media by Lipa.[52][118][132] The trailer showed Lipa solving a Rubik's Cube while staring out of an apartment window.[118] On 21 February 2020, a director's cut of the music video was shared via YouTube.[133]

Remember when Dua Lipa sang, "You want a timeless song, I wanna change the game" on "Future Nostalgia"? Well, she managed to do both with her latest release. After a week of relentless teases, the pop star delivered "Physical" on Thursday evening (January 30), and it's an adrenaline-fueled plea to dance and get, well, physical.

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