If you’re a sucker for the Jonas Brothers, their latest video will stir memories of the rock band’s past and give some clues to its future.
The three brothers released their first song in six years, Rolling Stone reported. "Sucker," and its accompanying video, were released at 12:01 a.m. Friday.
The brothers -- Nick Jonas, 26, Joe Jonas, 29; and Kevin Jonas, 31 -- featured their wives on the video, as Danielle Jonas, Priyanka Chopra and Sophie Turner -- made appearances in the upbeat production, which clocks in at nearly 3½ minutes, People reported.
#SuckerVideo is officially out! We really had the best time shooting this video in England with our family. Hope you guys love it. Feels good to be back 😎https://t.co/GhiRS1aISq pic.twitter.com/8FngHk3qcb— Jonas Brothers (@jonasbrothers) March 1, 2019
The brothers are scheduled to appear on "The Late Late Show With James Corden" for four nights beginning Monday, Rolling Stone reported.
The Jonas Brothers formed a band in 2005 after a stint on the Disney Channel. The three siblings released five albums in four years before splitting in 2009, Entertainment Weekly reported.
Between 2007 and 2009, the brothers also became a Disney Channel staple with appearances on "Hannah Montana," the film "Camp Rock" and their own series, "Jonas," Rolling Stone reported.
Here is the new video:
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