Nick Jonas Debuts New Song 'Find You'

Nick releases an upbeat solo track to follow up his single 'Remember I Told You' that features Anne-Marie and Mike Posner.

AceShowbiz - %cNick Jonas% has a new treat for his fans. The former %cJonas Brothers% member releases a fresh song called "Find You". In the upbeat track, he sings about getting deserted by someone he loves. A music video is expected to follow soon since he has been teasing it all week.

"I look for you in the center of the sun, I took a pill but it didn't help me numb," he sings. "I see your face even when my eyes are shut, but I never really know just where to find you /I taste the words that keep falling out your mouth, you got a logic I can never figure out /If I could hold you then I'd never put you down, but I never really know just where to find you."

The song follows a similar dance track called "Remember I Told You" that features %cAnne-Marie% and %cMike Posner%. It's unclear whether or not the two songs are recorded for Nick's upcoming second solo studio installment.

"I think that in a lot of ways this is a setup to a greater body of work that's still coming together, but also, for me, this is a single statement," he told Rolling Stone in June about his new project. "If this [song] is carrying more of the underground British house beat that I love, then the next one might have guitars."

After leaving Jonas Brothers, Nick Jonas released his first solo effort "Last Year Was Complicated" in 2016. "S**t is too real sometimes," he tweeted before the album release. "Reliving some of these real life experiences through this music is hard."

He followed the album with a joint tour with fellow Disney alum %cDemi Lovato%. He will be back on the road to join %cBruno Mars% in 2018 for Bruno's concerts in Mexico. He serves as an opening act along with %cBebe Rexha%. %cDNCE%, a group fronted by Nick's brother and former bandmate %cJoe Jonas%, is also hired to open for Bruno on other dates along with %cCamila Cabello%.

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