‘When You’re Gone’ by Shawn Mendes has been out since December. The song is about the breakup of his long-term relationship with Camila Cabello, who he split with earlier this year. The song was first played at SXSW in Austin, Texas, and got Twitter all weepy. The lyrics are sad, but they have a positive message to get through the rough times.
The singer recently released a music video for his latest single, “When You’re Gone.” The song is about a girl who is still missing you after a breakup. The lyrics are about processing feelings of love lost. Although Mendes did not mention the name of the woman he split with, the song does have an emotional theme. The singer was in the middle of rehearsing for the music video for the song’s release at SXSW.
The singer’s new single was co-written and produced by Jonah Shy. The music video was filmed in Toronto and Austin, and Mendes played the song live at the 2022 SXSW Festival in Austin. If you want to hear the song and watch the video, head over to iTunes to download it today. The lyrics are available on the video. It is a perfect track for a breakup, and if you’ve been missing your partner for a while, this is the track for you.
After two years of being separated, Shawn Mendes is back with new music. His new single “When You’re Gone” is a dreamy love song about being alone. It follows the “It’ll Be Okay” that he released in December. The music video was filmed in Austin and Toronto, and the singer revealed that he hates being alone.
The singer’s new single “When You’re Gone” is a song about his breakup and how he felt afterward. The song was produced and co-written by Jonah Shy. The video was shot in Toronto and Austin by Jay Martin, and features footage of the singer meeting fans. The video was filmed over several days and includes an emcee’s voice.
In a recent Instagram video, the singer revealed that he and Camila had split. However, they didn’t name each other, but the two had a long-term relationship. The song is a reflection of the two. The single is a reflection of the relationship, and Mendes has opened up about his pain over the split. The song was co-written by Scott Harris, Jonah Shy, and Jay Martin.