Nick Jonas is ready to spill on his "Champagne Promises." On Friday (April 8), Jonas will release the second track from his forthcoming album Last Year Was Complicated but ahead of the new song's debut, he previewed "Champagne Problems" with a 15-second snippet.
Jonas released the short song clip on his Twitter on Thursday (April 7), and compared to the album's lead single "Close," this song seems to be a little bit more of a dance-friendly track.
Featuring Jonas' signature smooth falsetto and club-friendly beats, this song is begging to be played on Friday nights.
But, don't let that rushing beat and driving bassline make you think this song is just another dancehall banger. In his recent, highly informative Reddit AMA, Jonas revealed that "Champagne Problems" is about splitting a bottle of bubbly with his now ex-girlfriend Olivia Culpo as their relationship was dissolving.
"'Champagne Problems' is a song about sharing a bottle of champagne with my now ex as we were breaking up to kind of close that chapter. It was sad and slightly sweet at the same time. It was a range of emotions and feelings and I think this song, although it sounds like a party song, actually has some of the deepest lyrics on the record," he revealed.
— Nick Jonas (@nickjonas) April 7, 2016
"Champagne Problems" will officially be released on Friday (April 8). It will be the second track to be unveiled from his upcoming third solo album Last Year Was Complicated, following the release of the album's Tove Lo-assisted lead single "Close."
Last Year Was Complicated will be released on June 10.