The Jonas Brothers have dropped two new songs in isolation.
The ‘Sucker’ hitmakers – comprised of siblings Joe, Kevin and Nick Jonas – have surprised followers to a double single launch – suggesting a new album might hit us sooner than we know it.
Their followers began to speculate a new record may very well be on the playing cards to mark their 15th anniversary as a bunch, as the 2 songs collectively, ‘XV’ is 15 in Roman numerals.
And, though Joe insisted they hadn’t used the 2 tracks to cryptically tease a report, they do have loads of tracks saved away that might make a follow-up to their 2019 comeback LP, ‘Happiness Begins’.
Talking on SiriusXM Hits 1 Movie star Session, Joe defined: “We definitely have a good amount of songs ready to go.
“And I feel we did not realise all of the parallels with simply having ‘X’ and ‘V’ as this title as a result of now individuals are pondering there’s extra to it.
“But right now, we just got two songs to deliver to everyone, and hopefully they enjoy those.
“And we undoubtedly need to launch extra.
“So we’ll see how everything goes in the next few weeks, few months, and hopefully, we can be putting some more songs in your hands.”
On the brand new tracks, he added: “We’re happy with these songs, and to have Karol G featured on ‘X’ is exciting for us.
“They each are fully completely different songs.
“They both have a different story to tell.”
In the meantime, the trio will probably be acting from their houses together with the likes of Ellie Goulding and Niall Horan for the digital BBC Radio 1’s Large Weekend UK 2020 this coming Financial institution Vacation weekend (Could 22 to Could 24).
Following the cancellations of reside occasions as a result of coronavirus pandemic, the annual extravaganza is now not going forward, however, a bunch of stars have signed as much as carry out from their houses.
Music-lovers will be capable to attend the competition by way of the BBC Sounds app, the place listeners can catch full units, and the highlights will probably be made out there to observe on BBC iPlayer.