The singer has teamed up with Erick Morillo for her new single 'Elephant', which will serve as the trailer cut from her upcoming second studio album.
The accompanying music video features the star partying in a deserted warehouse, as well as performing a choreographed dance routine.
The visual ends with the performer's boyfriend crashing the party to talk about the proverbial elephant in the room, which is the main focus of the song.
Talking about the meaning of the track, Burke recently told Digital Spy: "I feel like everyone will be able to relate.
"Everyone has been through something in relationships; whether it be with a loved one, a partner or family members where something needs to be discussed - and I've been through that situation. I thought, 'Why not? Let's do a song about it - but with a twist!'
"The saying, 'There's an elephant in the room', is very, very American. When I was doing the writing camp earlier this year, it was with a lot of Americans."
She concluded: "When that came about, I thought it was really interesting because they say it a lot. So, I thought I can be that girl, that person that brings that saying over here to make it a little bit more UK."
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