Nick Jonas Streaming New Song 'Champagne Problems'

04/11/2016
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(Radio.com) Nick Jonas' upcoming album Last Year Was Complicated is scheduled for release June 10, but the pop star has just posted, "Champagne Problems," the second track from the record.

The breakup anthem's mournful, incredulous lyrics are juxtaposed with throbbing club beats, providing both dance groove and lyrical substance. After teasing a snippet of the cut on Twitter, Jonas posted the song on his Vevo channel Friday morning.

Jonas talked about the song during his recent Reddit AMA: "'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," he said. "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." Check out the song here.

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