The Jonas Brothers released their first new music in six years Friday, along with a sexy video starring their wives and fiancees.
The video for "Sucker" debuted at midnight Friday, coinciding with the song's release. The video stars Danielle Jonas, Kevin's wife since 2009; Priyanka Chopra, Nick's wife since December of 2018; and Sophie Turner, Joe's fiancee since 2017.
The women adorably refer to themselves on social media as "The J Sisters."
The group announced their return on Thursday, revealing that they were now with Republic Records.
The video was shot on a huge estate in England with the ladies all having some serious power over their men.
SuckerVideo is officially out! We really had the best time shooting this video in England with our family. Hope you guys love it. Feels good to be back ????https://t.co/ZpOeFnaRUU https://t.co/5F2JYhJo4E
Nick Jonas gushed over his new bride on Twitter, while Priyanka added that it was the first time the couple worked together but that it did "not feel like work."
My wife is soooooo beautiful in this video!!! How lucky am I?!! #SUCKER @jonasbrothers @priyankachopra
#SuckerVideo OUT NOW ???????? This is the first time we've worked together but not for a moment did it feel like work. Such a fun family affair...#JonasBrothers and the #JSisters cheering each other on! Proud of you husband. (Link in bio)
636.7k Likes, 3,751 Comments - Priyanka Chopra Jonas (@priyankachopra) on Instagram: "#SuckerVideo OUT NOW ???????? This is the first time we've worked together but not for a moment did it..."
Check out the full video below:
Sucker (Official Video) Get "Sucker" Now: https://JonasBrothers.lnk.to/suckerYD Connect with Jonas Brothers: https://www.instagram.com/jonasbrothers https://www.facebook.com/JonasBrothers https://twitter.com/jonasbrothers Video Director: Anthony Mandler Video Producer: Richard Fenton Video Editor: Taylor Ward for Blackhand Cinema Music video by Jonas Brothers performing Sucker. © 2019 Jonas Brothers Recording, Limited Liability Company, under exclusive license to Republic Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.