Find You

Album: single release only (2017)
Charted: 101
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  • This laid-back number finds Nick Jonas searching for love.

    I look for you in the center of the sun
    I took a pill but it didn't help me numb
    I see your face even when my eyes are shut
    But I never really know just where to find you

    Speaking about the track with iHeartRadio, Jonas said, "'Find You' is about a lot of things. For me, it's got a lot to do with just the idea of finding love, in general, and the journey we all go on with that. And how sometimes, it can be something you're afraid of and running away from it in that sense, but it is desperately something we all hope for."
  • The song came to be after Jonas smoked weed at Coachella after which he lost himself dancing to the music for several hours. The "Chains" singer then mined inspiration from the experience at the studio with songwriter Simon Wilcox the following week. Jonas recalled to Genius:

    "I worked with Simon Wilcox, who I wrote 'Jealous' with, and some new producers. Jack and Coke from Sweden. I said, 'I was just at Coachella and I had this amazing experience. What if we did a pop song and it had really deep lyrics and it was about my journey to find love and every time I'm around it, I kind of run from it. But to a house tempo. House elements of a steady guitar line that just runs through the whole thing.' And they started playing it. I started doing some of the melodies. Simon and I dug in on the lyric."
  • The Emil Nava directed music video was partly shot in the Californian desert. "The shoot was really intense. It was a day out in the sand dunes, so I had sand in my pants, literally," Nick Jonas told MTV News. "We just tried to capture some of the energy of the song and that feeling of self-discovery, as well as discovering yourself around this party atmosphere."

    The underwater scenes were filmed in the swimming pool at Nick Jonas' home in Los Angeles. "It was very cold water, and we just jumped in and went for it. ... We shot the stuff underwater at my house, actually, in my pool, which you would never know," he revealed. "You'd think it'd maybe have to be in a fancy studio with all this equipment, but it was actually just a GoPro underwater, and [it was] some of my favorite footage from the shoot."


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