Jonas Brothers release 'Sucker,' their first song in 6 years

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.

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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.

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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