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Jonas Brothers – Sucker (Lyrics Review and Song Meaning)

Nick Jonas, Joe Jonas and Kevin Jonas have officially announced their return to music after splitting up over 5 years ago. The fandom has a lot more to celebrate than just a reuinion as the brothers dropped a brand new single and a music video: “Sucker.”

The Jonas Brothers teased their reunion in a teaser clip of ‘Carpool Karaoke’ on The Late Late Show with James Corden. The band then went on to tease the song on their social media profiles.

This three-second clip spurred a massive wave of buzz among the fans, and the new single and the video did not let down.

“Sucker” single and video are dedications to the Jonas Brothers’ partners. Nick Jonas married Priyanka Chopra last December and Kevin Jonas is married to Danielle. Joe Jonas is engaged to Game of Throne’s actress Sophie Turner. The music video features all of these people and it’s beautiful.

Watch “Sucker” Music Video by Jonas Brothers

Download “Sucker” Single on iTunes and Amazon

The song is a dedication to being suckers for love. It’s a refreshing change of pace that the Jonas Brothers used their partners in the music video.

In the lyrics to the song, the Brothers are heard comparing their love for their significant others to that of a couple of birds. And how hot are they to make the boys feel the warmth in the cold December! How blindly in love are they? “You say the word and I’ll go anywhere blindly.”

Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic aided in the production of this song.

The Jonas Brothers went on the Elvis Duran Show today and announced that they have around 30 to 40 new songs ready to drop. This means we have a new album coming soon. When are the new songs releasing? “In the next couple of months.” Commence freak out!

Let us hear what you think about this song and the music video in the comments below.

Complete Lyrics to “Sucker” by Jonas Brothers

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