Nick Jonas is getting fans hyped over his new album Spaceman, with a special premiere of his music video of the same title on Thursday.
Just minutes before the title track’s music video debut, Jonas hosted a “pre-premiere happy hour” where he spilled on the making of the record, filming the new video and other surprises surrounding Spaceman.
“Spaceman” also served as the first single off the upcoming album.
As revealed in his happy hour, Anthony Mandler, who directed “Sucker”, “Only Human” and “Cool” for the Jonas Brothers, also directed “Spaceman” for Jonas.
“We had a great time shooting this thing,” he revealed. “But it was quite challenging, physically.”
“I’m very proud of this,” Jonas added.
In the video, the “Jumanji” actor is trying to survive solo in what looks like outer space but is actually just California. The clip features scenes that look like a Matt Damon-in-“The Martian”-inspired setting as Jonas marks his days away on the wall.
Before its release, the musician’s Instagram has been full of teasers for the visual:
Spaceman, the album, drops on Friday.