OMG, you guys. Today is already a great day. Nick Jonas’ “Find You” music video is lastly here, and it’s genuinely, really good. Nick Jonas, the international serviceman of sex, is always surprising us with brand new music, and this time it’s something totally, perfectly stylish. Jonas’ new anthem, “Find You, ” is the sort of soothing chant to get you in the mood to dance on the beach with a cluster of attractive strangers. Jonas does that in the music video, and this is really stimulating for me. Can I do that? Is that what a beach day with Jonas is like? If so, sign me up.

Jonas ceased “Find You” on Sept. 14, 2017, and the entire world started bobbing their headings. We know where to find you, Nick Jonas. You can find him on the radio until eternally because this song is catchy AF, y’all. So what does this music video really symbolize? Who is it about, and why is he driving an expensive automobile so close to the liquid? Watch out, dude! One of the lyricals adds, “I look for you in the center of the sun.” I have no clue what that could signify, but do not review immediately at the sun, parties. It’s not worth it to merely find a mystery girlfriend that saves secreting from you. No way.

This is Jonas’ second song to come out this summer, and we aren’t mad about it. The lyric, “Remember I Told You” was the catchy motif released after May. It boasted Mike Posner and Anne Marie, and it showcased Jonas’ sultry voice. Mama like. Both songs are completely different, but both are sensual.

One thing is for certain, Jonas knows how to connect with his followers. In October of 2016, he told

Heartbreak is a theme that a lot of beings relate to — the challenges presented by the next steps in their own lives, and when some doorways close, and how you approach the next ones opening … I insured pretty quickly that it was a lot of what my devotees could relate to. It’s nerve-wracking when[ the thinks] are as personal as the ones that I shared were. But I seem allayed when I use my writing as a acces to treat — it’s extremely therapeutic.

Jonas is getting deep, and I like it.

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I took a pill but it didn’t help me numb
I see your face even when my eyes are shut
But I never actually know where to find you

I taste the words that keep falling out your mouth
If I could love you I would never put you down
But I never certainly know where to find you

Where to find you
Where to find you
But I never truly know where to find you
Try, try, try
Try, try, try
Try, try, try
But I never genuinely know where to find you

I’m guessing, based on the music video, Jonas is stumbling through a sweltering, steamy desert all alone, and finally encounters the beautiful California coast. Although one would assume the first stop would be instantly into the giant body of water, Jonas instead dances with all the beautiful women working in the beach. Hey, we all have our priorities. Is he looking for that special dame he lost long ago? Is he searching for himself? Oh, Jonas. You are a strange man.

At the end of the video, Jonas hops into a Lyft on the beach and leaves. Yes, he gets into a freakin’ Lyft. I couldn’t think it is either, but it happened. Times that have implication, or is it clever make placement? Probably a little bit of both, honestly. Although Jonas never seems to find who he’s looking for, the music video is a delicious treat.

Now, let’s all get out there and shake our hips to this sexy little song and find our inner disco! Afterall, we’re all looking for something.

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