The new single “Love You Anymore” has just been released from Michael Buble’s upcoming album (pronounced “love”), along with an accompanying video.
Written by Charlie Puth, “Love You Anymore” heralds the B.C.-born crooner’s return to the spotlight after taking a lengthy hiatus to care for his son Noah, 5, who successfully beat cancer.
“The moment I first heard ‘Love You Anymore’, I knew right away that I had to record it and put it on my new record,” said Buble in a statement. “I can’t wait for my fans to hear it. In fact, I can’t wait for them to hear the entire album because I’m really proud of what we’ve created this time out.”
Produced by Buble, longtime collaborator Jochem van der Saag and Canadian music icon David Foster, boasts “luscious arrangements surrounding Buble’s outstanding vocals” to bring the singer’s “cinematic visions” of his new music to life.
“Love You Anymore” joins Buble’s previously released track “When I Fall in Love”, which dropped last month.
will be released on Nov. 16.