Watch John Mayer, Katy Perry Cuddle In 'Who You Love' Video

The couple premiered their video for the Paradise Valley track on Tuesday (December 17) on 'Good Morning America.'

For anyone wondering what a snuggling Katy Perry and John Mayer duo looks like, look no further than the couple's brand-new video for "Who You Love."

The intimate video features real-life couples, including Katy and John, riding a mechanical bull. The twosome, dressed in southwestern cowboy garb, stand close, singing the track to one another and gazing deep into each other's eyes.

And while Kimye rode a motorcycle in "Bound 2," John and Katy opt for the bull, and Katy comes close to falling off as fireworks and streamers fly behind them.

The couple was live in the "Good Morning America" studio for the video's premiere and when the camera focused on them during the debut, she was touching his back and he was singing the track to her.

"We set the casting call out for real couples. So it's just so authentic," Mayer explained about the video. "There's nothing scripted in that video, except maybe putting a bull in the desert." He also joked, "I had to put a video together just to see my girlfriend."

And for anyone wondering why Katy and John decided to ride a mechanical bull in the visual, Katy revealed all. "Relationships are like riding a bull. [You fall off and] you get back on," she said.

The couple even gushed about what they learned about one another while working on the video. "Katy is a superstar for a reason," John revealed.

"I think John has a very gentle, authentic touch to everything he does," Katy added.