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19 November 2012, 11:48 | Updated: 19 November 2012, 11:56
The 'Marry You' singer has announced plans for the next song lifted from forthcoming album 'Unorthodox Jukebox'.
Bruno Mars has announced the next single release from new album 'Unorthodox Jukebox'.
The 'Grenade' singer took to his Twitter account to post several messages about new song 'Moonshine' and the cover artwork for the track.
The single follows on from his Vodafone Big Top 40 number one 'Locked Out Of Heaven' and the previously unveiled 'Young Girls'.
"Ive been jammin to this song for a while now. I hope yall can groove wit me and slide wit me but most important BOK wit me #Moonshine," he Tweeted last night (18th November).
The song has since been released on iTunes in the US and Bruno spoke to this month's edition of Rolling Stone magazine about the making of the track recently.
You can check out a picture of Bruno Mars' new single cover for 'Moonshine' below:
"We all went out one night, and they had actual moonshine on the menu," he revealed. "We drank it all night, then headed to the studio – Jeff got on keyboards, Mark starts playing electronic drums that sound like Eighties Prince and I started screaming, 'Moonshine, take us to the stars!'"
Meanwhile, Bruno will be heading back to the UK next month when he takes to the O2 Arena stage in London for Capital's Jingle Bell Ball.
He will be joined by the likes of Cheryl Cole, One Direction Pink and The Wanted on the line-up - taking place between 8th and 9th December.