After rumors have been spiraling around the internet for days, The Jonas Brothers are back with new music and are officially reunited. The brothers are set to release their comeback single “Sucker” on Friday (March 1st). This is their highly anticipated return to music, and fans everywhere are excited.

In a Tweet that the band posted today (Feb. 28th), from their just reactivated Twitter account, the Jonas Brothers confirmed that the rumors are 100% true and new music is coming out in 24 hours. The single is coming out at midnight on Friday, March 1st, and it’s titled “Sucker.”

It was previously reported that the brothers were set to reunite with a new group name which would be, JONAS, but according to the newly released tweet with the new singles “Sucker” cover art. As the cover art said the groups original name, Jonas Brothers. They must’ve decided to drop THE off their name but their back!

In a new video from James Corden, the band announce their comeback with a funny snippet from their forthcoming Carpool Karaoke. In the video you can see, James Corden picks up Joe Jonas to carpool through Los Angeles, two unexpected passengers, Nick and Kevin Jonas, hop in and have a message for James: they’re back and kicking off their return with a week of episodes on The Late Late Show and their own Carpool Karaoke. Make you that you tune in all week to The Late Late Show to celebrate this special reunion!

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