LISTEN & WATCH: Justin Bieber Drops Sensitive New Song ‘I’ll Show You’

Purpose can’t come any sooner, but thankfully Justin Bieber keeps rolling out songs prior to its Nov. 13 release date.

Update — Nov. 2, 11:42 a.m. ET:

Bieber also released his music video for “I’ll Show You.” Skateboarding, nature, whitey tighties and outdoor scenery galore. Watch it above.

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He dropped the emotional “I’ll Show You” (feat. Skrillex) overnight, which is a Demi Lovato “Confident”-esque song. For example, he tells his fans in the chorus, “This life’s not easy, I’m not made out of steel / Don’t forget that I’m human, don’t forget that I’m real / You act like you know me, but you never will / But that’s one thing that I know for sure / I’ll show you.”

And: “Sometimes it’s hard to do the right thing/ When the pressure’s coming down like lightning / It’s like they want me to be perfect / When they don’t even know that I’m hurting.”

Listen below:

He also shared a snippet of the music video on Instagram, which features a pensive Bieber frolicking in the midst of mountains and waterfalls.

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Bieber’s been on his apology tour for most of the year and gave his tearful comeback at the MTV Video Music Awards. And yet he’s still continuously been having public temper tantrums, such as walking out on an interview in Spain and most recently a concert in Oslo, Norway after he became frustrated by the fans in the front row.

Biebs also recently released “Sorry,” which was supposed to be his last plea for forgiveness.

So basically the Biebs is trying really hard to win everyone over again, evident by his songs that are about proving himself and saying sorry. Yet he just can’t quit his adolescent, bratty behavior. What gives, Justin?

Biebs’ Purpose it out Nov. 13, the same day as One Direction’s Made in the A.M. But none of that matters anyways, because Adele’s long-awaited 25 comes out a week later on Nov. 20.