4 Things I Want To See On The New Jonas Brothers Album, 'Happiness Begins'
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4 Things I'm Looking For On The New Jonas Brothers Album, 'Happiness Begins'

I have missed you, Jonas Brothers.

4 Things I'm Looking For On The New Jonas Brothers Album, 'Happiness Begins'

2019 is the year of the Jonas Brothers. With "Sucker" being on the Billboard Hot 100 for almost two months and "Cool" being released just recently, I would say that the Jonas Brothers comeback has been successful so far. Now with their announcement of "Happiness Begins," their eighth studio album to be released on June 8. And I cannot wait to see what they have in store for us.

The Jonas Brothers were my first concert. I was 8-years-old and while I left early because of the overwhelming amount of screaming girls, I still enjoyed every minute of it.

So, while we await the release of the Jonas Brothers new album, here's what I predict it will hold.

Definitely Pop Music.

The Jonas Brothers definitely started out as more of a rock band, but over time their sound has become more of a pop one. I'm expecting them to continue that way, and I'm not complaining. But I wouldn't mind a revival of their original sound.

Songs About Their Breakup.

I don't think that we could escape a new Jonas Brothers album without them singing about what led up to their breakup. There is a documentary about the Jonas Brothers breakup coming to Amazon soon, but we don't know when it will be released. But that isn't to say that there won't be songs about it on their new album since these boys can be quite the storytellers.

New Goofy Music Videos.

The Jonas Brothers are not ones to shy away from acting and being goofy. For example, Burnin' Up, Year 3000, SOS and Sucker, just to name a few. I can't wait to see them interact with each other again, it'll make me feel like I'm right back in elementary school.

The Nostalgia Factor.

As I've mentioned a few times above, I've loved the Jonas Brothers for a long time. When they released Sucker, I was thrown back into 2008. I imagine I'll feel the same way about Happiness.

I have high expectations for this album. If it doesn't live up to what I'm hoping for, I don't know what I'll do. "Lines, Vines, And Trying Times" was an OK album, but it wasn't impressive. I'm hoping "Happiness Begins" won't be like that, or I'll be a sad girl. But I'm definitely getting tickets, whenever they go on sale. You can count on that.

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