The Jonas Brothers drop instant hit “Sucker” and return to the charts

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The Jonas Brothers drop instant hit “Sucker” and return to the charts

Six years after The Jonas Brothers split up, they dropped a surprise single

Six years after The Jonas Brothers split up, they dropped a surprise single "Sucker." The release of the single was met with excitement from old and new fans alike.

Photo courtesy of www.forbes.com

Six years after The Jonas Brothers split up, they dropped a surprise single "Sucker." The release of the single was met with excitement from old and new fans alike.

Photo courtesy of www.forbes.com

Photo courtesy of www.forbes.com

Six years after The Jonas Brothers split up, they dropped a surprise single "Sucker." The release of the single was met with excitement from old and new fans alike.

Julia Kawka, Staff Writer

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The Jonas Brothers are an American pop band that formed in 2005, consisting of three brothers; Joe, Nick, and Kevin Jonas. They gained popularity due to their appearances on the well known Disney Channel television network.

The group officially split in 2013, and one of the brothers, Nick Jonas found success through a solo career. According to Kevin, Nick was the one who initiated the split.

In regards to why they split, during the bands appearance on ABC’s Good Morning America, Nick said, “We’re family first, and that’s always been our main priority, and so honesty within what we do as a group was really important. I came to the table with the guys just before we were preparing to leave for tour, and I shared my heart with them, my feelings.”

Six years after the split, the Jonas Brothers secretly reunited and released their surprise single, “Sucker,” on March 1, 2019, after announcing its release on February 28 via social media.

Their epic return to the charts has translated to major success on YouTube, with the video for their first No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 hit, “Sucker,” scoring the fifth-highest debut of the year.

The lavish visual for “Sucker” was filmed at Hatfield House, the childhood manor home of Queen Elizabeth I. The brothers are also seen showing off their wives in their official music video.

The video managed to receive over 17 million views in the span of 24 hours, making it one of the most watched music videos in 2019 so far.

The brothers reuniting had caused rabid excitement and an even larger fan-base of “Jonatics “ and helped bring the first Hot 100 No.1 hit of their career after six years away from the charts. This sudden reunion appears to have been a clever decision on their part, a fresh start with an incredible beginning, giving the brothers a chance at becoming even more successful as a band than in the years before.

The band has more singles to be released in the coming months and a new album, so keep an ear out for more Jonas Brothers tunes.

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