"Living Proof" will appear on the award-winning vocalist's new album, "Romance," out December 6.
Ahead of the album release, Cabello unveiled the accompanying music video for the romantic "Living Proof," in which she frolics out in nature while surrounded by a bevy of dancers.
As Rolling Stone pointed out, the visual is reminiscent of British artist Sir John Everett Millais' "Ophelia," which depicts a scene from Shakespeare's "Hamlet."
"I loved pretending I was a little fairy nymph cuz that's all I wanna be," she tweeted upon the release of the pastel clip.
the video for living proof is OUT NOW I loved pretending I was a little fairy nymph cuz that's all I wanna be !!!! watch the #LivingProofVideo on @youtubemusic and tell me what u think https://t.co/yi3qoU63br pic.twitter.com/OTc1Qqndky— camila (@Camila_Cabello) November 24, 2019
Cabello later shared a behind-the-scenes glimpse from the set of the Alan Ferguson-directed video, which she described as a "surrealistic, dreamy, ethereal, sensual, soft landscape."
"The song is really about just being intimate with the person you're in love with and how beautiful and divine and otherworldly that can feel," she added.
The visual for "Living Proof" arrived ahead of Cabello's performance at the 2019 American Music Awards, which took place on November 24 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
The chart-topper notably opened the award ceremony alongside Shawn Mendes with their hit duet, "Señorita," which earned them the award for "Collaboration of the Year."
Cabello's sophomore album, "Romance," will arrive less than a year after her debut solo effort, "Camila."
Although a full track list has not been announced yet, the full-length will feature the previously shared singles, "Shameless," "Liar," "Cry for Me," "Easy" and "Señorita."
Earlier this month, the former Fifth Harmony frontwoman announced that she will tour across North America and Europe in support of her sophomore album, starting on December 3 at Fort Worth, Texas.
While waiting for "Romance," discover the ethereal video for "Living Proof":