When premiering the single, the lead singer of the Jonas Brothers shares that it's written when he's having a fight with his ex.
In anticipation of his "Just In Love" music video which is coming out next Monday, September 12, Joe Jonas premieres audio stream of the single for fans' listening pleasure. The ex-boyfriend of Ashley Greene debuts the song on Ryan Seacrest's morning radio show on Friday.
"This is a song I wrote when I was going through a relationship with somebody," he said. Without mentioning who the girl was, he added, "She arguing with me, and all I could do was say 'Listen, I love you, but we don't need to go through this.' So, this this is called 'Just In Love'."
The middle member of the Jonas Brothers releases the single as a second offering from his upcoming solo studio album "Fastlife" which is due in the U.S. on October 11. "It's exciting, more than nervous," he told MTV. "I'm really excited because it's been a dream of mine for a while to be able to present people with this music that I've loved for so long."
At least five short teasers have been released as sneak peeks for the single's music video. Four of them see Joe and his on-screen leading lady getting lovey dovey, and the other one shows them running down the street during a rush hour. "I think fans are going to be shocked and excited to see the video," he said.
The music video was shot in Paris in late July. "I love Paris, it's one of my favorite cities, and so to shoot a video in Paris was a dream come true," Joe said. Talking about his co-star, he said, "She's really sweet. She lives in Paris. Her name's Angele. Really great, really nice. We were really comfortable with each other on camera."