Jonas Brothers release single after Reunion
Play my music! The Jonas Brothers are set to release their first single since their reunion, titled “Sucker,” on Friday, March 1, multiple sources tell Us Weekly.
Insiders previously confirmed to Us that Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas will release their new music under the name “JONAS.” While the brothers have yet to speak out about the reunion, the 26-year-old “Chains” singer “liked” a series of tweets after the news broke earlier this month.
“11 years ago I became a fan of the Jonas Brothers but I never had the chance to see them live,” read one tweet shared on February 17 and “liked” by Nick. “If a reunion is really gonna happen I will be the happiest man on earth.”
The trio announced their breakup in October 2013, days after they made headlines for canceling their tour and deleting their Twitter account.
While speculation surfaced in January 2018 that the Jonas Brothers were getting back together after their band Instagram page was reactivated, Nick shut down the reunion rumors during an interview with W magazine that month.
“I mean, it is not happening right now,” he said. “Never say never. I think that there is some great things happening in all of our lives individually still and we are all focusing on that at the moment.”
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