Charlie Puth has finally released his all-new single, “Light Switch.” The funky, uptempo track the singer has been teasing for months dropped on January 20 as the first taste of Charlie, his upcoming follow-up album to 2018’s Grammy-nominated Voicenotes.

“You turn me on like a light switch/ When you’re movin’ your body around and around; Now, I don’t wanna fight this; You know how to just make me want; You turn me on like a light switch; When you’re movin’ your body around and around; You got me in a tight grip,” he sings over a propulsive beat in a longing falsetto on the track ;he produced and co-wrote with longtime collaborators Jake Torrey and JKash.

Charlie Puth breaks down the frustration of trying to walk away and getting pulled right back every time on the bouncy track ;that features the familiar click of a light switch on the chorus. The singer also dropped the official music video for the song; in which a paunchy, crying-in-his-bag-of-chips bearded Charlie drowns his sorrows in junk food and basic cable workout shows after a hard and bad break-up. But then the instructor jumps off the screen and puts Charlie through a Rocky-like body transformation that includes jogging, Jazzercise and a wardrobe upgrade.

The music video which is directed by Christian Breslauer ends with Puth crooning the song to his ex; while standing on her lawn in front of a giant neon “Sorry” sign in a bid to get her back; only to realize that chunky Charlie was her preferred type.

While very little is known about the album so far, Charlie Puth has been dropping teasers about “Switch” on his social feeds for months. On Dec. 28 he said that in the three years since Voicenotes, his voice has changed for a very good reason.

“First thing you’ll notice is my voice sounds different because I had my nose fixed and tonsils out…I sound less…scratchy hahah,” he tweeted.