Published: Sun, March 03, 2019
Culture&Arts | By Rick Owen

Jonas Brothers release comeback single "Sucker": Stream

Jonas Brothers release comeback single

The singers have since grown up, started their own families and made headlines for their increasingly lavish weddings, so what better time to bring the boy band back together. The new song, called "Sucker", was teased for days on the Jonas Brothers' social media accounts along with the announcement of a brand new music video. The new song '"Sucker" by Joe, Nick and Kevin is a total banger.

Its accompanying music video is a three-minute display of regal debauchery that resembles recent Oscar victor The Favourite (and appears to be shot in the same venue). "We wanted to tell our story, where we came from and what happened on our journey back then together and then where we are now", Nick explained. Seriously-their last tweet (well, retweet) was in 2013. The three brothers claim "We're back!" in unison.

The Grammy-nominated boy band is set to drop their new song "Sucker" Friday at midnight, their label said, after splitting almost 6 years ago, citing a "deep rift in the band".

The music video for "Sucker" is incredibly colorful, lavish, and outrageous, and is the ideal, fun way for the Jonas Brothers to come back onto the music scene. While the their fans all over the world were rejoicing, the desi folks were busy wondering where have they seen this before. Nick Jonas released two solo albums as a proto-Timberlake R&B-pop star, acted on the TV series Scream Queens, and recently married actress Priyanka Chopra.

Later in the three minute video, Sophie dons a racy strapless number with blue latex gloves and a black top hat to sit on a throne smoking a cigar. Now how aww-dorable is that, seeing Nick Jonas all head over heels for Priyanka Chopra.

"This song is unbelievable!"

The internet is burning up with Jonas Brothers fever again, and we're wondering if it's 2019 or 2009.

LIKE I SAID- doesn't it feel like it was inspired by The Favourite??

Rabbits were Olivia Coleman's ~thing~ in the film.

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