10 years after last album, Jonas Brothers to release new single

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It’s true. The Jonas Brothers are getting back together.

Nick, Joe, and Kevin Jonas will release a new single titled “Sucker” at midnight ET on Friday — 9 p.m. PT on Thursday.

The pop trio haven’t released a studio album since 2009’s “Lines, Vines, and Trying Times.” 

The brothers have four studio albums together. Since then, all three have gotten married, Joe became the frontman of the group DNCE which had the hit “Cake By The Ocean;” Nick developed as an actor in things like “Scream Queens,” “Kingdom,” and the remake of “Jumani;” and Kevin — well Kevin has two kids.

The (no longer) boys all tweeted about the release of their new song on Thursday. 

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