There's a mini Disney reunion on Nick Jonas' forthcoming solo album. The former Jonas Brother's self-titled album finds the pop star reuniting with his fellow Disney alum Demi Lovato on a sizzling, heartbreaking track called "Avalanche."
"Avalanche" moves away from the hard-hitting, industrial R&B that is heavily featured throughout the more upbeat songs on Jonas' new album and instead moves for the slow and steady tempo.
In the verses, Jonas and Lovato take turns with vocal duties, matching emotion before they join together.
"I got pride / I can't hold you back / And if we survive / We'll crash down like an avalanche / Look out now, don't take one more step / Even if we survive / We'll crash down like an avalanche," the duo sing in the chorus, with Lovato's voice sitting stark and high against Jonas, who moves down a register.
"Avalanche" was a much hyped track from Nick Jonas, and the song delivers. Coming in at a snappy three minutes, 17 seconds, "Avalanche" pours a lot of vocal prowess and breakup lyrics into a short amount of time. The song is also a noted mature evolution for both Jonas and Lovato, who previously teamed up for the Disney Channel film Camp Rock.
Listen to Nick Jonas and Demi Lovato's duet "Avalanche" below: