Jonas Brothers new album: Happiness Begins release date, album cover and tracklist revealed

23 April 2019, 13:08 | Updated: 23 April 2019, 13:10

Emma Clarke

By Emma Clarke

In March 2019, the Jonas Brothers dropped their comeback single 'Sucker' - much to fans' delight. Now, Nick, Joe and Kevin have confirmed the release date for their brand new album.

Having been on a musical hiatus for 6 years, Jonas Brothers fans were more than ready for the release of new music.

So when their comeback single 'Sucker' was dropped at the beginning of March 2019, you can imagine how excited everyone was - especially after they hinted at a tour too which will feature some special guests (we are praying that they bring Demi Lovato out for a Camp Rock reunion).

Taking to Instagram on Monday 22nd April, the boys have now confirmed when their brand new album - their first in ten years - will be available. Here's everything you need to know.

The Jonas Brothers have announced when their new album will be released
The Jonas Brothers have announced when their new album will be released. Picture: Getty

When is the new Jonas Brothers album released?

In April, Kevin, Nick and Joe confirmed the release date for their brand new album, which will be released through Republic Records.

It comes ten years after the release of their last studio album, Lines, Vines and Trying Times, which came out in 2009.

The Instagram post revealed that new LP would be coming on June 7th, 2019. Fans will be able to stream the new tracks on Spotify and Apple Music, and also buy the album on iTunes.

What's the new Jonas Brothers album called?

The new album is entitled Happiness Begins, which, presumably, alludes to the J Bros' fresh start and where they are at in their lives.

Joe Jonas is engaged to Game of Thrones' Sophie Turner, Nick recently married Priyanka Chopra and Kevin is living his best life with wife Danielle and their two daughters.

The newly dubbed "J Sisters", Priyanka, Sophie and Danielle, also starred in the music video for 'Sucker'.

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What's the album cover for Happiness Begins?

Similarly to the 'Sucker' and 'Cool' music videos and cover art, the album cover for Happiness Begins includes palm trees, an infinity pool, a mountainous LA landscape and - of course - the J Bros' butts.

The album cover received a bit of heat online for looking like it was made on Instagram - someone even called it the "worst album cover ever made". Yikes!

Has the track list been revealed?

While the full track list hasn't been revealed yet, we know that the new album will include 'Sucker' and the band's first ever number one hit, 'Cool'.

Will there be a Jonas Brothers documentary?

For some time now, a J Bros documentary has been in the works.

The "personal, behind the scenes" film will be released on Amazon, detailing their comeback as a threesome.

Speaking about the documentary, the Jonas Brothers commented: "Our fans are the best in the world and have shared in our journey as the Jonas Brothers and us as individuals.

"In releasing this documentary we wanted to make sure we partnered with an innovative platform, like Amazon, that could reach our fans around the world."

Are the Jonas Brothers going on tour?

Speaking exclusively to PopBuzz earlier this year, the Jonas Brothers confirmed they're planning a comeback tour - which will feature special guests.

In the interview, the J Bros hinted at a possible reunion with Demi Lovato, though they ruled out Camp Rock 3, sigh.

Joe, Nick and Kevin are also scheduled to perform on SNL on May 11th.

When we spoke to the boys in Feb, Joe Jonas commented: "I wouldn’t be opposed to doing an SNL skit about Camp Rock but I also think it would be funny if we waited like 30 something years from now, when we’re really old." So, like, we're all hoping that's the tea.

Why did the Jonas Brothers break up?

Speaking on James Corden's Late Late Show earlier this year, Nick admitted the part he played in the break up, saying: “We literally spent a year basically doing therapy, working through some things and figuring out what this chapter would look like.”

He added: “We’ve had to be really open and honest.”

They also took part in Carpool Karaoke with James Corden, singing some of their smash hits, including 'Burning Up', their rendition of Busted's 'Year 3000', 'When You Look Me In the Eyes' and, the grand finale, 'Love Bug'.