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Cara Delevingne's Song From 'Valerian,' 'I Feel Everything,' Is Here [UPDATED]

The model-turned-actress-turned-singer teamed up with Pharrell for another musical collaboration.
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Just ahead of the official release of "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets," Cara Delevingne dropped her anticipated song for the sci-fi film's soundtrack, titled "I Feel Everything," on Thursday night. "I cannot believe it's finally out, everyone go take a listen and let me know what you think @valerianmovie," wrote Delevingne on her Instagram account. "THANK YOU @lucbesson and @pharrell for believing in me ❤️ #ifeeleverything."

Earlier this month, Cara Delevingne revealed on Instagram that she would be contributing to the "Valerian" soundtrack with producer and friend Pharrell. The duo have previously collaborated on music for a Chanel short film in 2014, performing an original track called "CC the World," which has absolutely nothing to do with adding more people to an email thread. That same year, Delevingne also showed off her singing chops alongside Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift during an impromptu gig for a U.S. ambassador.

"I Feel Everything" is a catchy track, capturing that all-too-familiar lovesick feeling through Delevingne's gritty vocals. In an interview with USA Today, she talked about the inspiration behind writing the song: "When you fall in love, everything is raw and you feel everything for the first time."

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According to E!, "I Feel Everything" will likely play after the film's ending credits. Lucky for you, you can kick off your Friday morning by having a listen in the video above.

Update, July 27: The official music video for "I Feel Everything" dropped on Thursday, and Delevingne once again proves to be quite the chameleon, wearing wigs of various colors and some very chic, slim suiting. Watch it in full below.

Homepage image: Cara Delevingne at the Hollywood premiere of "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets." Photo: Neilson Barnard/Getty Images

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