The trio’s first release in a decade will drop on June 7.
The Jonas Brothers announced on Monday (April 22) that their first album in a decade, Happiness Begins, will drop on June 7.
Fresh off the success of their Streets Talkin Hot 100 hit "Sucker" and radio smash "Cool," Joe, Nick and Kevin will drop their first full-length album since 2009's Lines, Vines and Trying Times on Republic Records as they prepare for a pair of big performances and and upcoming Amazon Prime documentary.
The trio will perform at the 2019 Streets Talkin Music Awards on May 1 and follow up with a musical guest spot on Saturday Night Live on May 11.
Check out the announcement below.