These outfits suggest they actually made it to the “Year 3000.”
It sure feels like a millennia since the Jonas Brothers broke up, but now the siblings are back with a new song, “Sucker,” set to drop at midnight Thursday.
The track marks Kevin, Nick and Joe Jonas’s first musical collaboration since they split in October 2013, with label reps citing a “deep rift in the band” and “big disagreement over their music direction.”
The trio revealed the new release this morning, posting their new track’s cover art to social media. The image features the three of them in wildly colorful outfits, looking earnest in all different directions, in front of a balloon-bedecked and arched building.
After posting the image, the JoBros announced they’ll be taking over “The Late Late Show” from Monday, March 4, through Thursday, March 7. They will reportedly be sharing more reunion plan details — including whether or not a much buzzed about tour will actually happen.
While the teeny boppers who fueled their early 2000s fame have since grown up some since then — with two marriages, a slew of hit solo singles between them and one reality TV show between them — they appear set to let the world they never really stopped “Burnin’ Up” for their fans
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