All the More Fun in Jonas Brothers’ Reunion With New Song “Sucker”

All the More Fun in Jonas Brothers' Reunion With New Song "Sucker"
Jonas Brothers new song, Sucker

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The Jonas Brothers are back with a bang! All the more fun with their new song, Sucker.

Jonas Brothers’ Reunion

The brothers, Kevin, Nick, and Joe Jonas reunite with a new single after six years of their disbanding. The Jonas brothers revealed on Thursday afternoon, February 28, 2019, that they will appear on the Late Late Show with James Corden following their return to the music industry.

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We’re baaaccckkkk… @latelateshow #LateLateJonas

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The siblings further ramped up their excitement after they released their new single, Sucker. The song is all about being in love. It’s about falling in love with someone.

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Midnight ET #Sucker

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The video is directed by Anthony Mandler and produced by Richard Fenton. Similarly, Taylor Ward worked as the video editor for the music video.

The Jonas Brothers added more fun to their song after all of their significant others appeared in the song. Priyanka Chopra, Danielle Jonas, and Sophie Turner, all have a recurring role in the music video.

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Fans had suspected the Jonas Brothers’ reunion way back in 2018 when their Instagram and Twitter account was reactivated.

Following the rumors of a reunion, Nick had shut down the rumors stating during an interview with Ryan Seacrest, who recently broke up with girlfriend Shayna Taylor, at 2018 Grammys,

We hung out for a weekend all together then I guess our Instagram is restarted or reopened. But, I can tell you there’s no reunion planned. But, I can never say never. You never know what’s going to happen. 

For their reunion, the siblings will take part in James Corden‘s Spill your guts and Fill your guts and Carpool Karaoke.

The Jonas Brothers formed their band in 2005, however, they split up in 2013. Their first album, It’s About Time released in 2006. Likewise, their album, A Little Bit Longer and Lines, Vines, and Trying Times released later on.