AceShowbiz - It hasn't even been a month since Jonas Brothers released their comeback single "Sucker", but it looks like the three-piece band is already gearing up for another new music release. Taking to his Instagram account on Sunday, March 24, Nick Jonas teased that the band was shooting what appeared to be a music video.
The "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" actor first posted on Instagram Stories a video of him and Joe Jonas twinning in a white shirt underneath a blue blazer. Also sporting sunglasses, Nick panned the camera to Joe, who was busy doing something on his phone, before moving it back to him again. Looking displeased, he jokingly said, "B***h stole my look," while shaking his head to his brother.
Nick later shared on the photo-sharing platform a picture of him looking off the distance in bright yellow pants, a black-and-white checkered shirt and black slip-on sneakers. He captioned the photo, "Shooting something...," along with a camera emoji.
Details regarding the new music, such as its title and the release date, are still unknown as of now.
Jonas Brothers reunited on March 1 by releasing "Sucker" after keeping their reunion a secret for about eight months. The song debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, marking their first ever No. 1 single on the chart. Additionally, it helped them become the second group in a lead role in history to have a song debuted at No. 1 after Aerosmith's "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing".
Giving further details on how they finally decided to reunite, Nick Jonas said in an interview on "The Elvis Duran Show" that they initially planned to only shoot a documentary. "I think we just started to spend a lot of time together, filming again, and I think we realized that there was a magic when we were together that we missed, you know, and we felt like something different always happened when were together," he said.
"I sort of began the conversation about doing this again and after a few conversations, they came around to it," he continued. "Because when it ended, it was not, it was not good. It was, you know, a challenging couple years of kind of rebuilding this family and I think in our minds, it was, it seemed like it would be impossible to ever do this again."
He went on saying, "Now looking up, you know, almost a year later, we're in the best place we've been as a family, which is the most important thing. And then from there, you know this music and this new chapter, it's just been incredible."