Lily Allen's music video for her single 'F**k You' has come out, capturing the singer altering things around her.
Lily Allen has just premiered a music video to support her single entitled "F**k You". She is captured making her way out to local venues and altering things around her. At the end, she ends up in the dressing room with her three stylists.
"F**k You" appears in Lily Allen's latest installment "It's Not Me, It's You". Commenting on the song, she said, "This song is not a direct attack at anyone, it was originally written about the BNP [British Political Party] in the UK but then I felt this issue has become relevant pretty much everywhere, we are the youth, we can make coolness for our future, its up to us. Go green and hate hate."
Lily Allen is currently on a tour across Europe to promote her latest album. She will continue hitting major cities in the continent through mid December. Fans can visit her MySpace for more info about her forthcoming shows.
Lily Allen's "F**k You" music video