"All Around Me" and "Habitual" both appear on Bieber's fifth studio album, "Changes," which arrived on Valentine's Day.
Bieber announced that the new videos for "All Around Me" and "Habitual" launch his new "Changes: The Movement" series.
The series of choreographed videos, initially conceived for 2015's "Purpose," finds the Canadian superstar showcasing "the minds of some of [his] favorite choreographers and dancers."
Additional videos will premiere on Bieber's YouTube channel every Monday and Wednesday until all songs off his new album get an accompanying visual.
The first two clips of "Changes: The Movement" were directed by the Canadian hitmaker's frequent collaborator Nick Demoura, who notably choreographed his 2013 BELIEVE World Tour.
The visual for "Habitual" opens on two dancers, one male and one female, performing a choreography by Emmy-winning Tessandra Chavez in the backstage area of a theater, where they will later be joined by more dancers for an intricate group routine.
Meanwhile, the video for "All Around Me" finds "Step Up Revolution"'s Phillip Chbeeb and Makenzie Dustman performing a challenging choreography in a room where the surrounding walls are closing in on them.
In addition to launching "Changes: The Movement," Bieber will keep on promoting his new album through his upcoming world tour, kicking off on May 14 at Centurylink Field in Seattle, Washington.
Bieber's "Changes" notably had the second-biggest opening for an album in the first months of 2020, behind Eminem's surprise "Music to Be Murdered By."
The full-length also turned the "Yummy" vocalist into the youngest solo artist to score seven No. 1 albums, surpassing Elvis Presley's previous 59-year-old record.
In other news, Bieber recently took fans by surprise when he mentioned his plans to release a new visual album on Twitter to commemorate the end of his 10-episode YouTube docuseries, "Justin Bieber: Seasons."
Details about the project are still scarce to this date, as the Canadian superstar still has to announce when the LP will see the light of day.