The new record is called Last Year Was Complicated and it’ll be released on June 10.
"I've been making this record for a year and a half,” wrote Jonas. "Pouring everything I have into it.”
He also said that we’ll be hearing the album’s first single later today, and that it’s about "how [he] literally can't open up and be vulnerable with someone."
Jonas went on to tweet every single song title from LYWC individually. Assuming he tweeted them all in order, the tracklist is looking a little something like this:
2. Champagne Problems
7. Good Girls
8. The Difference
9. Don’t Make Me Choose
10. Under You
"Close" is likely the album's first single. It sounds like we’ll be getting our first look at the cover art later today, too.
Last Year Was Complicated follows 2014’s Nick Jonas, and it’ll be the first of his albums that isn’t self-titled. Tove Lo, Big Sean, Ty Dolla $ign, and Allen Iverson will all appear on the record in some capacity.
Stay tuned for more info on what could be the most emotional Nick Jonas record to date.