Priyanka Chopra and Sophie Turner star in music video for new Jonas Brothers single 'Sucker'

Song is the band's first new music together since their split in 2013

Roisin O'Connor
Music Correspondent
Saturday 02 March 2019 14:10
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The Jonas Brothers have released their first song in almost six years, “Sucker”, and an accompanying video starring their respective partners.

The trio, comprised of Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas, shared the upbeat pop song on YouTube and streaming services. On the chorus they sing: “I’m a sucker for all the subliminal things no one knows about you (about you)/ And you’re making the typical me, break my typical rules/ It’s true, I’m a sucker for you.”

The video is set at a lavish estate and stars Game of Thrones and Phoenix actor Sophie Turner, who is engaged to Joe, TV personality Danielle, who is married to Kevin, and actor Priyanka Chopra, who married Nick last year.

It takes on an Alice in Wonderland type theme with rabbits, a maze, parties in the mansion, and a scene where the group enjoys a tea party in the garden.

Watch below:

The Jonas Brothers formed in 2005 and made their debut with the album It’s About Time the following year. They went on to release three albums via Hollywood Records and became a star attraction on the Disney Channel, with appearances in the film Camp Rock with Demi Lovato, on Hannah Montana, and on their own series, Jonas.

The band broke up in 2013 after realising a “deep rift” had formed between them, which prompted the cancellation of a string of tour dates just days before they were due to perform.

Since then, the trio have enjoyed successful solo careers: Joe with his band DNCE and the hit single “Cake by the Ocean”, and Nick with two solo LPs and a hit single “Jealous” in 2014.

Kevin had his own reality show and has since moved into the business world, with a construction company, JonasWerner, and another that oversees strategy for social media influencers. 

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