A lot has changed over the years for the Jonas brothers.
News first broke that the band would be getting back together earlier this month when Us Weekly claimed that an "epic reunion" would be on the cards and that the boys have already recorded some of their new music. The wildly catchy "Sucker" is a fitting re-introduction to one of the most iconic pop groups of the 21st century. Such a fun family affair. "When we figured out what the sound was going to be like - balancing Nick's sound, DNCE's sound, and Kevin bringing so much heart into it - has been really incredible".More news: Winter storms to pummel the Northeast this weekend
The Jonas Brothers are back - and apparently, after some needed time apart. Their rep also noted that "there was a big disagreement over their music direction". Their mid-'00s singles slapped, and "Sucker" is a fine return to form.
"This whole thing started because we chose to make a documentary about our story", he revealed, "Then evolved to us actually doing some real healing and growing as brothers to the point where we all looked at each other and said 'we've got to do this again'". Recently Priyanka Chopra surprised her fans by making an appearance in Jonas Brothers' new single Sucker.More news: We salute Abhinandan Varthaman’s courage: BCCI acting president CK Khanna
The group formed in 2005, finding fame on the Disney Channel before appearing in the film Camp Rock.
Nick also shared a behind-the-scene video with the caption, "A little behind the scenes look for you guys from the #SuckerVideo @jonasbrothers". We don't know that yet but most likely. Danielle and Kevin Jonas got married in 2009, Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas announced their engagement in 2017 and Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas were married in December. I'm not complaining because I love them but supposed focus of the video - the Brothers and their music - gets lost in the mix of sets, fast-paced shots, vibrant costumes, all of it centered around the wives and fiancée.More news: Rami Malek Is Reportedly Up For 'Bond 25' Villain Role