The Jonas Brothers just gave the people what they wanted by performing their track 'Burnin' Up' whilst appearing as musical guests on SNL. Mashing up their new track 'Cool' with the old classic that we haven't heard for nearly ten years, fans have flooded the comments section to praise Joe's vocals and generally just fangirl about how happy they are to have the boys back together. They last appeared on the US comedy show back in before parting ways in what turned out to be a six year hiatus after a rift formed between the three of them. Their break-up and eventual reunion is something that we will be able to see in their new documentary Chasing Happines s, whose official trailer dropped just the other day. The brothers had their wives, AKA the Jonas Sisters supporting them backstage and they even appeared in a comedy sketch in a 'Judge Judy' scene about three brother's who trashed someone's house throwing a party. We especially like their nod to the lyrics-turned-meme 'high heels, red dress in their all red matching ensembles and the whole thing has basically got us even more excited for their Summertime Ball performance.
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It was released on August 12, The album received generally favorable reviews, and four star reviews from Rolling Stone , AllMusic, and Blender. The album was preceded by three singles, " Burnin' Up ", " Lovebug " and " Tonight ". The album was number 40 on Rolling Stone 's Best 50 Albums of
12. "First Time" (2013)
Subscriber Account active since. After reuniting as a band for the first time in six years, the brothers celebrated their first-ever No. Watch "Pom Poms" here. It has some cute moments, but overall feels low-energy and incongruous with the JoBros that fans had fallen in love with. Watch "First Time" here. The video for the power ballad "Fly With Me," off the brothers' fourth album "Lines, Vines and Trying Times," is mostly just low-res clips of Nick playing the piano and singing with an angsty expression. Watch "Fly With Me" here. The concept of the "Paranoid" music video was unique and intriguing, but not executed well enough to be very memorable. Watch "Paranoid" here.
The Jonas Brothers may be "suckers," but they're also feeling pretty "Cool" about it, as their new single and music video indicates. But their newest single isn't just about showing off their new chill vibe, it's also about looking back at what brought them there. In fact, the Jonas Brothers' "Cool" music video is full of references and Easter eggs. And, honestly, it's a gift to fans who have been following them since their Disney days.