The Jonas Brothers made an thrilling announcement Monday.
The band, who’ve had large success with their singles “Sucker” and “Cool”, confirmed they’d be releasing their fifth studio album Happiness Begins on June 7.
Kevin posted on Twitter: “#HappinessBegins June seventh. After 7 years of not working collectively & discovering ourselves we’re again to present you our journey in album type.
“Out of all of the albums we’ve performed I’m most pleased with this one. Want you could possibly have it now, however you’ll simply have to attend a bit of bit longer.”
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This would be the band’s first album since 2009.
“Sucker” now exceeds 380 million world streams to this point. Throughout launch week, it clinched #1 on Apple Music, #1 on Spotify, and #1 on iTunes in North America.
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Globally, it grew to become #1 on Apple Music, #1 on YouTube, #1 on Twitter, and #2 on Spotify in addition to the #1 Streaming Track and #1 Digital Track.