Love is blossoming within London's subway system in Craig David's new video "Change My Love." It's for a song that's on his latest album Following My Intuition, which dropped in September.

For the stripped down vid, gone is the elaborate storyline and images of sappy romance. Instead, David dresses casually and walks around the Tube witnessing love in various stages. First, a young couple argues while riding up an escalator, only to hug it out and make up afterwards. Then another guy and girl meet for the first time on the station's platform while they wait for the next train.

There's also a few shots of people strolling around outside taking in the sites of the city. The video could also be looked at as David's personal love-letter to London as well. Meanwhile, the 35-year-old crooner recently responded to a rumor that he died and was replaced by a body-double.

"That could well be the case, you never know that the deal is," he joked on the podcast It's All Connected. "And that stunt double is coming through well. It's almost like being reborn."

Of course, if there really is a fake Craig David running around, he sure is doing a good job of mimicking his voice and hitting all those hard-to-hit notes that the singer reaches. You can see for yourself in the "Change My Love" video above.

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