Our favourite boy band and the heartbeat of every 90’s teen, the Jonas Brothers are back at it. Their newest song, Cool just released on YouTube and it is the perfect jam for summer. The brother’s are killing the game with their croon-worthy melodies and we just can't stop the teen inside us from falling in love with them all over again!

The brothers who split way back in their teens and went separate ways have found their way back home and announced that the band is officially together with the recent release of their song ‘Sucker’. The song was widely praised by fans and people went gaga after knowing that their favourite band is back together. It was a hit of nostalgia mixed with a shot of hope.

A still from the ‘Cool’ video released on YouTube

Not even a month later, the band has released another song and much like their first one, this too seems to be headed to become a party favourite. The song has a chill 90’s vibe is full of colour and packs a full blown beach-party summery punch.

Watch the song here:

‘Cool’ is a song about summer and change of pace, which can also be seen as a reflection on the lives of the three brothers. Jonas Brothers officially broke up in 2013 and the past 6 years Joe, Nick and Kevin have been on their own. The coming together of the band and the brothers after so long can be heard in the lyrics like:

Oh, I feel like Post Malone when I get home
Sittin' there, winning like it's Game of Thrones
And now that we've made it, how complicated was last year?

It is also a shoutout from Joe to his fiance and Game of thrones actor Sophie Turner and Nick Jonas’s last album- Last year was complicated.

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The brothers seem to have way too much fun together and we cannot wait for them to come out with more amazing music. For more updates about the Jonas Brother or Joe, Nick and Kevin, stay tuned to Knocksense.

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