Michael Bublé Unveils Wistful, Charlie Puth-Penned 'Love You Anymore': Watch

Evaan Kheraj
Michael Bublé

Michael Bublé has released a new single and accompanying video from his upcoming album, Love. "Love You Anymore" was written by Charlie Puth.

“The moment I first heard 'Love You Anymore,' I knew right away that I had to record it and put it on my new record. I can’t wait for my fans to hear it. In fact, I can’t wait for them to hear the entire album because I’m really proud of what we’ve created this time out,” Bublé said in a release.

Bublé's last album, Nobody But Me, came out in 2016. The singer had been largely absent from the music scene due to his son Noah's battle with cancer; however, Noah's condition has improved, and Bublé was able to return to the studio to create the new record as a token of his gratitude to his fans.

Love (stylized as a heart emoji) will be available for purchase Nov. 16. Another song from the album, "When I Fall In Love," is also currently available.

Watch the "Love You Anymore" video below.