The Jonas Brothers Announce Their First Album In 10 Years

Looks like the Easter Bunny had more than chocolate to deliver this year as The Jonas Brothers have just announced the date for their new album. Their fifth studio album Happiness Begins will be released June 7 under Republic Records, nearly 10 years after their last studio album Lines, Vines and Trying Times.

The Jonas Brothers’ official Twitter and Instagram made the announcement at 10 a.m. this morning, with the brothers posting from their own accounts minutes after.

Following the announcement, the JoBros posted a video expressing their excitement about the new record. “Making sure we brought you all the joy and happiness you bring us every day,” Nick says in the video.

Happiness Begins marks the band’s first record since 2009. Before their official split, the Jonas Brothers had plans to release and tour what was then meant to be their fifth studio album, V, in 2013. The album was cancelled before release, and shortly after, they announced their disbandment. Following the news, the JoBros did release LiVe, an album of live recordings of 10 songs that would’ve on the record.

There’s no word on whether “Sucker” or “Cool” will appear on the album, but we’re not doubting that new record will be full of music just as catchy and fun. Nick, Kevin, and Joe discussed an upcoming tour on the Zach Sang Show, but no dates have been announced yet.

To get your Jonas fix before June 7, you can catch the trio performing at the Billboard Music Awards Wednesday May 1 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CTV2.