Katy Perry and John Mayer have cemented their musical collaboration together by releasing the steamy artwork for their lovey-dovey duet 'Who You Love,' which sees the couple cosying up to one another.
The black and white cover art shows the 'Roar' songstress seductively laying across a sofa dressed in skimpy lingerie while tussling her hair with one arm and resting her other around John's neck, while he sits on the floor strumming his guitar and looking into the distance.
The ballad, which premiered back in September, features the loved-up couple gushing over their love for each other and of course, who can forget Katy's adorable “love giggle.”
John Mayer and Katy Perry's artwork for their duet 'Who You Love' (John Mayer/Instagram)
John, 35, recently spoke of the collaboration and explained that he would rather fans listen to the track simply as a great song as opposed to trying to decipher his relationship with Katy due to their celebrity status.
“If the music is framed correctly and quality. And if it’s right and the soul is there, it would be the highest compliment to the record if somebody said or people said, ‘I don't even think about it being [about] a relationship, I just hear it as a great song,” John told the AP.
'Who You Love' is the third single to be released from John's new album 'Paradise Valley,' following on from the first two releases 'Paper Doll,' written about his ex Taylor Swift and 'Wildfire.'
John and Katy on a NYC date night last month (Jackson Lee/Splash News)
Meanwhile, Katy's latest single 'Unconditionally' was initially thought to have been written with John in mind and the songstress recently spoke of the emotional lyrics, telling MTV News: “I love this song because not only can it be a romantic, intimate song, but it can be about the type of love that a mother has when she sees her first child, or best friends or partners."
Listen to Katy Perry and John Mayer's 'Who You Love' below...