For a minute we thought we had started to Hallucinate. Quite a possibility when you have been listening to songs on a loop. We sure have been Levitating by the magic of this album.
Me after listening to Levitating by Dua Lipa all day: pic.twitter.com/J1D7YTDEjm— PATHY WITH AN H. #ImDrunkILoveYou (@pathcarcer) May 1, 2020
What can we say to this? You do you girl! These songs do hold that kind of power and we aren’t about to deny the fact that we have been dancing all this while, too.
it's gotten to the point of quarantine where i'm deadass just dancing around my backyard to future nostalgia while my neighbors call their pastors over what they're witnessing from me right now— kyle ⁎˚ ༚☆˚✧₊ (@americanaprince) May 3, 2020
Aaahhhh... But we have to stay in! So, let’s just grab a glass of wine, pretend it’s Christmas, and start moving to the best pop music we have heard in a while. We are already high on these tracks!
Listen "Future Nostalgia" while being in quarantine always backfires, it makes me wanna go out, get drinks and dance— Ｓｏｌｃｉｔｏ ???? (@quinzelcorp) April 27, 2020
Future Nostalgia is a PSA we did not know we needed. It is saving lives, reviving people, and keeping them from stepping out, out of sheer boredom. This kind of service is definitely worth going down in history.
When Covid-19 goes into the history books will there be a special mention for Future Nostalgia being the anthem of quarantine ?— #TeamJaida (@AllOfAle) May 1, 2020
This tweet here perfectly sums up our thoughts right now. Video calling our friends to dance to Future Nostalgia is a mood. You’ll never know how many times we needed to write this.
The new Dua Lipa album is really bad work from home music because I just can’t stop DANCIN’ TO IT ???? pic.twitter.com/K63NF1lArL— Scott Interrante (@InterranteScott) March 27, 2020
Whatever helps you survive is considered essential. With Dua Lipa helping us all survive the apocalyptic insanity, she sure is essential. That’s our favorite unpopular opinion of the day and we challenge you to change our mind.
dua lipa is an essential employee— chase (@cfree94) March 27, 2020
Let’s all take a moment to appreciate how much Dua Lipa is trying to educate and encourage everyone to not break the quarantine and stay at home. The next time you itch to step out, remember the queen’s sage advice.
"oh no, i was doing better alone but when u said hello, i knew that was the end of it all, i should've stayed at home" yall hear that guilt for breaking quarantine anthem that Dua lipa just dropped? she's doing a lot for us pic.twitter.com/Fr4eiBy9ZE— norma jeane (@versaceschanel) March 27, 2020
Future Nostalgia is full of songs telling us to stay put inside our homes. Let us all do just that. In case you need more reasons, we suggest you revisit Don’t Start Now and Break My Heart.
Dua Lipa in Don't Start Now: "Don't show up, don't come out"— Nathania (@PilosopoTanya) March 26, 2020
Dua Lipa in Break My Heart: "I should have stayed at home"
MISS @DUALIPA QUARANTINE QUEEN!!! CORONAVIRUS IS QUAKING!!!!!!!!
This is probably what the Future Nostalgia lineup did to us when it was released. We were all this close to dying out boredom. Seriously, not kidding. Breathing better now.
Dua Lipa bringing the gays back to life with Future Nostalgia pic.twitter.com/O2ZsKmqQmp— stan of cleves (@alex_abads) March 27, 2020
No one can deny the effect these newly dropped songs have been having. The fact that the song really does talk about and support the LGBTQ community is a cake to the cherry.
Dua Lipa went on her last tour and saw so many screaming gay men in the crowd and went to her producers like:— Nick Lehmann (@NickStopTalking) March 27, 2020
“So, it might be wild, but I’ve got some ideas luvs...”
What if the neighbors are just secretly jealous, Zach? Check to see if they are interested in a good old neighborhood dance party or maybe a singalong? Try that, guy!
Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia hits in all the right ways. 43 minutes of pure pop-funk-disco fun. Just had a much needed morning dance party. My downstairs neighbors may hate me right now but I’m feeling alive.— Zach Kornfeld (@korndiddy) March 27, 2020
Our little fan hearts are ready to jump out. *Wiping away the teary eyes* Look at them uplifting and complimenting each other! We should all learn from our favorites. FYI, Camila, they are our favorites too!
???? | @Camila_Cabello listening to “Hallucinate” via her Instagram Story— Dua Lipa Hungary (@dualipahungary) May 1, 2020
“This album is amazing @DUALIPA! So fresh yet it satisfied my pop music heart!!! This and levitating are my favourites.” pic.twitter.com/1eq8x8t01K