EXCLUSIVE: See Nathan Sykes' Incredibly Sweet 'Notebook'-Inspired Music Video, 'Over and Over Again'

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Nathan Sykes is giving us all the feels right now!

The former The Wanted boy bander drew inspiration from The Notebook for his brand new music video, "Over and Over Again," directed by Frank Borin. ETonline exclusively debuts the incredibly sweet, heartfelt video below!

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Model MaeMae Renfrow plays Sykes' leading lady in the video, which chronicles one couple's love story all the way to the grave. (Pass the tissues, please!)

"Over and Over Again" serves as the follow-up to Sykes' debut solo single, "Kiss Me Quick," and will be featured on his debut solo album. The as-yet untitled LP, which features contributions from Diane Warren and Babyface, is expected to be released in early 2016.

"It was amazing to write my first debut solo album myself," Sykes recently told ETonline. "It's a very personal album, it's very emotional. I think it's just about getting people to hear this new sound."

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Sykes rose to fame as part of The Wanted in 2010 when the group's debut single, "All Time Low," became a global hit, followed by the success of their later songs, "Glad You Came" and "Chasing the Sun." The Wanted announced their hiatus in 2014, and Sykes is seizing the opportunity to show the world a new side of his artistry.

"It's very much a re-introduction to me as an artist, and I think a lot of people have been surprised so far by the music they've heard from me, which is cool," he tells ETonline.

"It's been described as soulful pop," he adds. "It's kinda just me. And there's very much two sides to the album, there's like the cheeky, playful side and then there's a very deep and emotional side that I don't think people have really seen before."

What do you think of Sykes' new heart-tugging ballad? Let us know in the comments below!