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Nick Jonas announces new album ‘Last Year Was Complicated’ out June 10

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Multi-platinum-selling recording artist Nick Jonas announced his highly-anticipated new album LAST YEAR WAS COMPLICATED will be released June 10th on Safehouse/Island Records.

The full length release will be a follow up to Jonas’s critically-acclaimed, eponymous debut album which featured his 3X platinum hit “Jealous” and 2X platinum hit “Chains.” LAST YEAR WAS COMPLICATED is available for pre-order now.

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Jonas marked the announcement with the release of his new single “Close” featuring Tove Lo as well as the premiere of the track’s video. The single was written by Julia Michaels and Justin Tranter and produced by Mattman and Robin. The video was directed by Tim Erem. Watch the video below

 LAST YEAR WAS COMPLICATED is Jonas’s sophomore solo album release and will include collaborations with Grammy Award-winning producer Max Martin (Taylor Swift, Ellie Goulding, The Weeknd), writer/producer Jason Evigan (“Chains”), and writers Nolan Lambroza and Simon Wilcox (“Jealous”), among others.

 Full Tracklisting for LAST YEAR WAS COMPLICATED:

1.         Voodoo 

2.         Champagne Problems 

3.         Close feat. Tove Lo 

4.         Chainsaw 

5.         Touch

6.         Bacon feat. Ty Dolla $ign 

7.         Good Girls feat. Big Sean

8.         The Difference

9.         Don’t Make Me Choose 

10.       Under You

11.       Unhinged

12.       Comfortable

Jonas will kick off the co-headline Honda Civic Tour: Future Now with Safehouse Records partner Demi Lovato June 24th in Sunrise, FL. As part of the launch, fans can pre-order the album and join Nick during his soundchecks along the Honda Civic Tour: Future Now. For ticketing information and a full listing of concert dates please visit:



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