In the visual, directed by Brendan Vaughan, Puth serves up plenty of somber glances as he sings about an intoxicating relationship. "You mess with my heart/ Now you're the reason why/ Warned myself that I shouldn't play with fire/ I can tell that I’ll do it one more time," he croons.
Puth previously shared the song's artwork, a black-and-white close-up shot of his face, in an announcement. The "Attention" singer then promoted a countdown heavily and shared some behind-the-scenes footage with producer Benny Blanco on his Instagram story.
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"I Warned Myself" is Puth's first new release since his 2018 album Voicenotes. The singer-songwriter recently hopped on a remix of 5 Second of Summer's "Easier," which he co-wrote.
Last week, Puth also shared that he is "putting out three songs." "I Warned Myself" is the first in the set.