On March 22, Nick Jonas shared a mysterious teaser on Instagram featuring a clip of new music which many fans have speculated is from his rumored next single, "Close."

Luckily, it looks like fans wont have to wait too long to hear the song in full. Today (March 24) the "Jealous" singer announced that new tunes are indeed coming by way of a new album, Last Year Was Complicated. Revealing that the forthcoming release drops June 10, the pop star shared on Twitter that he has "been making this record for a year and a half... pouring everything I have into it" and that it's inspired by his breakup with Olivia Culpo in 2015.

In a series of late-night tweets, the 23-year-old expressed that he had to "dig deep" to craft his upcoming album, expressing that he hopes to be "an open book in [his] art" even though it's difficult for him to do so. "S*** is too real sometimes," he said. "Reliving some of these real life experiences through this music is hard."

In addition to unveiling the record's title, Jonas revealed the names of all the songs on the album (each in an individual tweet) as well as that the album pre-sale, artwork, and lead single will be released later Thursday evening. Jonas admitted that the song is "about how I literally can't open up and be vulnerable with someone," and shared another teaser of the track on Instagram on Wednesday:

In an additional tweet, the artist listed some of the collaborators (including Tove Lo and Big Sean) who worked on the album, thanking them for their work...Allen Iverson?

According to Jonas, songs included on the album are called "Voodoo," "Champagne Problems," "Close," "Chainsaw," "Touch," "Bacon," "Good Girls," "The Difference," "Don't Make Me Choose," "Under You," "Unhinged," and "Comfortable."

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