He initially released the song back in September.
Jesse McCartney’s still got it!
On Thursday, the 31-year-old pop singer dropped an acoustic version of his track, "Wasted." The new take on the song comes after its initial release back in September.
With a guitar strumming instead of high-pitched whistles blowing, the acoustic track provides deeper emotion to what was previously a jaunty, dance-inducing song. McCartney’s vocals are as smooth as ever as he pleads for more than a hookup with his love interest.
“I wait for the day you tell me / You'll see me in the afternoon / Don't get me wrong / I love our late-night evenings / But that ain't all I want from you,” he croons.
“Wasted” is McCartney’s second new song -- he also dropped “Better With You” in March -- since releasing his album, In Technicolor, back in 2014. Following his nearly four-year hiatus, McCartney's jumping right back into music with a tour that’ll kick off in 2019.
The Resolution US Tour will begin in Dallas, Texas, on Jan. 11 and run through Feb. 13, when it’ll close out in Seattle, Washington.
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