Cara Delevingne can sing.
Of course, fans of the supermodel-turned-actress and general multi-hyphenate already knew this. She’s lent her angelic voice to jam sessions with Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran and sang with Pharrell Williams for a Chanel short film in 2014.
But now, Delevingne is back on the music scene with her first official song featured on the Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets soundtrack, which she just so happens to co-star in as well. Released Thursday afternoon, the tune is called “I Feel Everything” and no surprise here— it’s super catchy.
It’s not necessarily something you’d expect to fit with an epic sci-fi drama, but reports state Cara’s single will play after the credits.
Other artists on the Valerian soundtrack include David Bowie, Bob Marely & The Wailers and more. Cara spoke to USA Today about what it meant to see her name next to such musical icons.
“There are no words to describe the way I felt when I saw that vinyl,” she shared. “In between those two names, I don’t even think that’s real.” She said the song is inspired by “when you fall in love, everything is raw and you feel everything for the first time… We all need love and love will save the day.”
Listen to “I Feel Everything” and tell us in the comments: Did Cara just land the song of the summer?