The "Habitual" video features a troupe of dancers who are introduced in pairs -- by doing ridiculously cool moves together, of course -- as the camera pans through the backstage area of a theater, before the full group meets on the stage for an epic ensemble finale. Choreographed by Emmy-winning choreographer Tessandra Chavez, the "Habitual" vid ends with one couple embracing as the curtains close, a touching metaphor for Bieber's message of love in the song.
"All Around Me" presents a more intimate dance, as only two people appear throughout the entire two-and-a-half minute song -- and get awfully close. Directed by So You Think You Can Dance alum Phillip Chbeeb, the "All Around Me" visual sees the pair contorting with one another before the walls around them begin to close in, forcing them to be "all around" each other for the song's entirety.
READ MOREJustin Bieber Prepares for 'Changes' Tour With Intense Hockey Workout: WatchBoth videos were directed by Bieber's longtime choreographer/creative director Nick DeMoura, whom the "Intentions" singer thanked in his post about Changes: The Movement along with "the entire dance community."
New videos from Changes: The Movement will premiere on Bieber's YouTube channel every Monday and Wednesday at noon ET until all Changes tracks have a visual.