They Can’t Break Up… They’re Brothers!

It may not be the year 3000, but there are some crazy things happening! At midnight on Friday, March 1st, the Jonas Brothers dropped their new song, “Sucker”. This unexpected song release is the band’s way of announcing that they are officially back together.

Before the Jonas Brothers initially broke up, they had a lot on their plates. Not only did they have many hits, such as “Burnin’ Up” and “Year 3000”, but they also had their own tv show, Jonas, which ran from May 2009 to October 2010.

Many can agree that they only have fond memories of the band. As junior Sophia Socha said, “I remember them being literally everything; everyone loved them!”

The band was apart for a little over 5 years, having broken up in October of 2013. In an interview with SiriusXM’s Hits 1 radio show, Nick revealed what led the group to reunite.

“We started making a documentary about a year and a half ago… [and] started [to spend] a lot of time together and I think we all kind of felt that there is a magic when we’re together that we really missed.” Nick also explained that there was “a bit of healing that needed to be done with us as a family” before they could all come to the decision to reunite.

Junior Iman Dimalanta said, “I think it’s understandable to come back together, but I mean if everyone is stable enough to commit to this boy band, it’s a good choice. Balancing different lives, spouses, and families will be hard from what I’m assuming.”

With this in mind, many students expect that their reunion will be short-lived. Junior Emerson Meeks said, “I don’t think they will stay together for long. It’s probably just for publicity and old time’s sake.

However, in an appearance on the Elvis Duran Show on March 1st, the trio announced that they already have 30 to 40 new songs recorded. It’s safe to say that the Jonas Brothers are back for longer than expected and better than ever!

The Jonas Brothers announced that they are officially back together with the release of their new song, “Sucker”.

Photo Credit: E! Online

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