The new video, which was filmed in Los Angeles earlier this month, will be released on December 2.
Justin Bieber is dropping the new music video for his single, "All That Matters", next month. On Tuesday, November 26, the 19-year-old Canadian singer shared a short preview of his upcoming project.
The 16-second snippet gives glimpses at Bieber and his on-screen girlfriend sharing passionate kisses in several rooms with dim lighting. "What's a king bed without a queen?" he asks before telling his girl, "You're all that matters to me."
Shot in Los Angeles earlier this month, the full video is set to make its debut online on December 2.
"All That Matters" is the second song which was released as part of Bieber's Music Mondays series, which is currently in its eighth week. Last month, another video for the track unexpectedly arrived online. The Alfredo Flores-directed clip was shot during Bieber's visit to the Great Wall of China.
In other news, Bieber has joined musicians like The Beatles, Eminem, Beyonce Knowles and Katy Perry to raise funds for typhoon disaster relief in the Philippines. His single called "I Would" is featured in "Songs for Philippines", a compilation album which is currently available on iTunes. All proceeds of the 39-song set will be donated to the Philippine Red Cross.