It’s not due to hit shelves until next week, but Bruno Mars can’t bear to make you wait another day, and so he has made his much-anticipated sophomore effort, Unorthodox Jukebox, available for stream. In full, and right now! And on a nifty virtual jukebox, no less. No quarters necessary, just turn up the volume.
In anticipation of it’s December 11th release, Bruno Mars has been leaking one song at a time off of Unorthodox Jukebox. So far what we’ve heard has been diverse — “Young Girls”‘s doo-woop, “Moonshine” with it’s 80′s sheen and his Sting-cribbing “Locked Out Of Heaven” so far included — but generally joyous. This latest song is different in that it catches Mars at his most mournful and with his head hung low, and he was so nervous to share that he prefaced it with a tweet admitting that “I’ve never been this nervous. Can’t explain it.” The song is (of course!) pretty good and so he won’t have to, but we can definitely imagine the nerve it must take to let a song so raw and regretful as this out into the world. Read more…
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