Directed by the pop star’s personal videographer Rory Kramer, the clip opens with a shirtless Bieber posing next to a statue. From there, the video shows Bieber’s globe-trotting life between recording the album, traveling with his team and performing on his world tour.
“Personally, I love this video because it’s an honest look at my journey,” the singer said in a statement. “The process of putting together this album and this tour — surrounded by the people I love to be with — has been really special. I’m proud of it. It’s been a lot of fun and a lot of hard work, and I think that really shows in video. I hope my fans like it as much as I do because it’s really all for you.”
Bieber is currently in a legal battle over Purpose‘s hit single “Sorry.” An indie artist who performs under the name White Hinterland sued Bieber over an alleged sample of her song “Ring the Bell.” She’s filed the suit against both Bieber and producer Skrillex for copyright infringement. Skrillex has refuted the claim and shared a clip of how the song’s beat was created on Twitter.