‘Saltburn’ Star Barry Keoghan Gets Nicked For Sabrina Carpenter’s ‘Please Please Please’ Music Video

'Saltburn' Star Barry Keoghan Gets Nicked

Following the massive success of her single “Espresso,” Sabrina Carpenter has released her new Jack Antonoff-produced single “Please, Please, Please,” a cut co-written with frequent collaborator Amy Allen off her upcoming album “Short n’ Sweet.”

The Bardia Zeinali-directed video begins with Carpenter sitting in a holding cell, only to catch sight of her real-life boyfriend Barry Keoghan (“Saltburn“) as he gets hauled into jail. She’s there for him as he gets let out, and we follow them as she aids in his antics kidnapping a man and robbing a bank. The cycle continues: Keoghan gets arrested, and Carpenter drives him away, only to conclude by cuffing him to a chair and putting duct tape over his mouth.

Earlier this week, the pop singer announced that her sixth album “Short n’ Sweet” will arrive on August 23. “This project is quite special to me and [I] hope it’ll be something special to you too,” she wrote on social media with the announcement.

So far, “Espresso” has been her breakout moment following back-to-back standout performances at Coachella a few months back. Already hailed as a frontrunner for Song of the Summer, “Espresso” caught on quickly, debuting at No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100. In the time since, it’s held onto the top 10, peaking at No. 4.

“Espresso” reached No. 1 on the ARIA Singles Chart last month.

Carpenter released her fifth album “Emails I Can’t Send” in 2022, as well as its deluxe edition “Emails I Can’t Send Fwd” the following year. That album spawned the hit “Nonsense,” a song that became a fan favorite after she provided alternate closing lyrics while opening for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour.

Most recently, she performed “Espresso” and “Nonsense” (along with its follow-up single “Feather”) on “Saturday Night Live,” where she finished the latter with the lyrics, “He is 30 Rock hard ’cause I said hi / My sense of humor is but I am not dry / SNL I just came for the first time.”

Fans can likely expect that dry wit as a driving force for “Short n’ Sweet,” which is poised to be her biggest record to date. She started her career in Hollywood on the Disney Channel comedy “Girl Meets World,” and released numerous albums under Hollywood Records before signing with Island.