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I’m sure I speak for myself and many others when I say that our 11-year-old selves were in shock last Friday.


The Jonas Brothers announced that they would be dropping a new single — after roughly a six-year hiatus. The world was, more or less, taken by surprise:



The brothers — Nick, now 26, Joe, now 29, and Kevin, now 31 — announced their reunion Thursday morning via social media, along with the single they were releasing, “Sucker”:


The Jonas Brothers gained massive popularity — mainly within the tween girl demographic — in the early to mid-2000s through their appearances on Disney Channel (I can tell you for a fact that they were definitely on my bedroom wall some time in the 10-12 age range). Their first album, It’s About Time, was released in August 2006.  They announced their breakup in 2013, and their most recent studio album was in — get this — 2009 (Was that really 10 years ago?)


In terms of their newest release, I give it a 7/10 — it’s definitely catchy, but it’s no “Year 3000”. What do you think of “Sucker”?


Holly is a junior at UW-Madison studying Strategic Communication with a Digital Studies certificate. She is originally from Minneapolis, MN, loves iced coffee, indie music, and warm days on the terrace, and has watched the entirety of The Office three times. She is a Managing Editor for HC Wisconsin and will be heading to London this spring for a semester abroad! 
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