AceShowbiz - After releasing the preview of music video for "Bedroom Floor" last week, %cLiam Payne% finally released the gloomy music video for the track in full on November 6. The three-and-a-half-minute clip sees the 24-year-old singer playing %cBella Thorne%'s conscience, who is being tangled in a complicated relationship with her boyfriend.
One of the scenes shows Bella fighting with her boyfriend at the kitchen as he is caught cheating on her. The "Famous in Love" star yells at her boyfriend without listening to his excuses. Liam can be seen walking around the kitchen as he sings, "You be getting real real real real jealous/ When it wasn't you, oh/ And every now when my iPhone iPhone rings/ I be telling you/ I told you, I told you, I told you."
The video ends when Bella catches her boyfriend cheating on her at a club. Instead of yelling at her boyfriend again, she quietly leaves the club and goes back home, where she throws her boyfriend's clothes to the swimming pool.
It didn't take too long for the clip to become the talk of the town, leading Liam to take to Twitter to thank fans for their overwhelming support. "Just landed in New York. Wow, I'm so happy you guys love it. Thanks for trending it for me. You truly are the best fans a guy could ask for," the %cOne Direction% member tweeted.
Just landed in New York wow I'm so happy you guys love it thanks for trending it for me you truly are the best fans a guy could ask for 🙏🏻🙏🏻— Liam (@LiamPayne) 6 November 2017
"Bedroom Floor", which is co-written by %cCharlie Puth%, is Liam's third song as a solo artist since One Direction announced that they would be going on an indefinite hiatus in 2015. The track follows his club banger "Strip That Down" and his collaborative track with %cZedd%, "Get Low."
Prior to the release of the track, Liam revealed that the song is inspired by his relationship with %cCheryl Cole%, remarking that the song is Cheryl's favorite song. "It's just a great song. I can never listen to it and get bored. And all my family loves it as well, so I've got to give it some love," the father of one said.