Hear the Latest Solo Track From Fun.'s Nate Ruess

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Nate Ruess performs at the Highline Ballroom on Dec. 10, 2013 in New York City. 

Ruess drops "AhHa," from his forthcoming solo debut "Grand Romantic."

The future of Nate Ruess' old band might be in doubt, but at least it sounds like he's still having… Okay, we digress. But the Fun. singer sure sounds like he had a blast messing around with every sample and effect available to him in the studio while crafting this new joint. 

"AhHa" takes its name from Ruess' maniacal cries in the song's refrain and comes from Grand Romantic, the musician's debut solo album. It drops June 16 via Fueled by Ramen and comes along with a bevy of promotional spots for Ruess. 

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On May 12, he'll be Jimmy Fallon's musical guest on The Tonight Show, where the Roots will back him up. Ruess will tour Europe beginning May 12 and then return home to play North American shows, beginning June 17 in New York City. 

Ruess already joined Beck to perform "The Satellite of Love" in inducting Lou Reed to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame during April 18's induction ceremony. 

Previously, Ruess shared "Nothing Without Love," also from the Grand Romantic LP.