George Michael has released the hotly anticipated video to his new song 'White Light'.
The video features a number of visual references to the musician's life-threatening bout of pneumonia last year. The clip also features George singing in a desert landscape, standing alone in a large reception room and surrounded by dancers.
Kate Moss also features in the video, along with animals and birds including doves, crows and a zebra.
In an interview this morning on Gaydar Radio's breakfast show, George told Neil and Debbie "The video is all about darkness and light. It's referring to the terrible losses we've had in the music industry over the last few years with the loss of Michael, Amy and Whitney - it refers to their passing but at the same time was my way of expressing how glad I am to not be up there with them, how close I came to it, and how amazing it is that I'm still around."
George also explained that there are two sides to the video. "I wanted to make a video that did address the fact that I had been in so much danger, but at the same time I wanted it to be a universal celebration of life."