If you thought you were happy for the Jonas Brothers’ reunion in 2019, this new album title is proof that the band members are more enthralled about this new chapter in their musical career.
Jonas Brothers announced on Twitter today that the band is all ready to release their 5th studio album titled ‘Happiness Begins’ on June 7, 2019. This album follows their fourth studio album ‘Lines, Vines, and Trying Times’ released in 2009. After a decade, the Jonas Brothers had a big comeback in early 2019 with massive hit singles such as “Sucker” and “Cool.”
In an appearance on Carpool Karaoke with James Corden, the brothers talked about the process of getting back the band together which required a heart-to-heart after a few drinks. They also revealed that they have a few dozens of unreleased songs they recorded during this healing process. Hopefully, we will get to hear a few more tracks before the album drops in June.
Kevin Jonas of the brothers shared a heartfelt message on Twitter in revealing the news on the new album.
#HappinessBegins June 7th.
After 7 years of not working together & finding ourselves we’re back to give you our journey in album form. Out of all the albums we’ve done I’m most proud of this one. Wish you could have it now, but you’ll just have to wait a little bit longer.
The Jonas Brothers also revealed the album artwork for ‘Happiness Begins,’ which contains a solemn view of the butts of the three brothers. Well, there is a breathtaking view in the background, but the brothers are laying on their stomachs in front of an infinity swimming pool at a hotel. No, they are not in swimwear.
We are yet to learn about the tracklist for ‘Happiness Begins’ album, which should be revealed in the days to come.
The brothers also released a short video of them talking/teasing about the upcoming project. We see Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner barge in to shout “it’s lit,” so we will take her word for it.
Until we bring you the latest updates, do leave a comment below on your expectations for this brand new Jonas Brothers’ album.