Nick Jonas Reveals New Album Title & Shares 'Close' Video With Tove Lo

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“If you have brothers, this film  is going to make sense to you,” says Jonas of Goat.

Nick Jonas revealed a lot of information about his new album on Twitter Thursday (March 24), including the new set's title, song names, collaborators and the inspiration behind it all. And, of course, he shared some new music.

The new set is called Last Year Was Complicated and will be out June 10 via Island Records. Debut single "Close" featuring Tove Lo also dropped overnight, with the accompanying music video out Friday (the track is available to download here on iTunes).

The pop star also revealed that Big Sean, Ty Dolla Sign, Bebe Rexha and Allen Iverson were all a part of the project and released the album artwork as a nine-piece mosaic on Instagram

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He also listed song titles describing just how complicated last year was, including "Voodoo," "Champagne Problems," "Good Girls," "Don’t Make Me Choose" and "Unhinged."

"When I first started making I thought I knew what it would be about... Then I had a breakup," Jonas tweeted. "It then became very clear what this thing would be about... And that I would need to dig really deep.... Shit is too real sometimes... Reliving some of these real life experiences through this music is hard.... But I know it's important that I do it. I want to be an open book in my art...... The first song you're gonna hear tomorrow night is about how I literally can't open up and be vulnerable with someone.."

Jonas had a listening party in West Hollywood Thursday night for press and TV bookers where he played four new tracks from the album.

See his revealing Twitter rant here: