Nick Jonas Wanders Through Desert and Ocean Only to 'Find You' in New Video

The clip sees the 25-year-old singer chronicling his tragic love with symbolic imagery, such as aimless stroll in a desert and romantic dip in the ocean.

AceShowbiz - To celebrate his birthday, %cNick Jonas% has released a music video for his new romantic song "Find You". True to the song title, the stunning visuals sees Nick wandering aimlessly through a desert to find someone he loves. He later finds himself at a beach party, surrounded by dancing people. However, he finds no happiness there without his lover.

He continues his journey as he swims in a deep ocean. He is joined by a siren who seems to be his destined love. But the beauty later leaves him. As the night falls, the "Jealous" hitmaker gives up on his search. He hops on his sleek black car while still pondering about his lost love.

"Find You" is the follow-up to "Remember I Told You" featuring %cMike Posner% and %cAnne-Marie%. Both songs will be featured on Nick's new album, which is expected to arrive later this year. He previously released two solo efforts, 2014's "Nick Jonas" and 2016's "Last Year Was Complicated". He recently revealed that the upcoming album gives him an artistic freedom.

"At first there was a little fear in this new, very progressive way that people were receiving and listening to music, how it was going to affect us in compensation as artists, as songwriters, as producers but also how it would change the traditional album model," he said.

"I can sort of experiment with different things and sort of jump around a bit and be a bit of a scatterbrain creatively, which is exciting," he added. "I think this new age in music is something to embrace and it just empowers everybody."

He further noted that he would embrace positivity on the forthcoming release, saying, "I think for the fan experience coming to the shows where the songs are a bit more uptempo and brighter will be better than the breakup album I released last year. It's time for some positivity, I think."

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