After embracing a summer of love, Shawn Mendes is ushering in a extra somber season.
On Wednesday, Dec. 1, the 23-year-old singer dropped his newest single, “It’s going to Be Okay,” and let’s simply say we simply might not be after listening to this one. The sluggish ballad comes simply two weeks after he and Camila Cabello, 24, announced their split after more than two years together.
Shawn’s newest single—which followers are already speculating is in regards to the couple’s current separation—included the lyrics: “Are we gonna make it?/ Is that this gonna damage?” and “I begin to think about a world the place we do not collide/ It is making me sick however we’ll heal and the solar will rise.”
He sings going into the refrain, “We do not have to remain/ I’ll love you both means / It’s going to be OK.”
Forward of the music’s launch, Shawn despatched his followers right into a tailspin when he shared a 12-second snippet of the melody to Instagram on Nov. 30. “I do know that is gonna damage so unhealthy,” one fan wrote. Whereas one other added, “HEARTBREAK ERA.”