Jonas Brothers have announced huge UK headline dates in support of their imminent new album, Happiness Begins.
The record is the trio’s first since 2009, and follows the release of singles Sucker and their most recent track Cool.
Nick Jonas, Joe Jonas and Kevin Jonas announced their return in February of this year, having originally disbanded in 2013 and released a thank you to their fans in the form of their live album, LiVe.
Launching into the hearts of millions back in 2005, they have released four studio albums to date including their smash hit self-titled sophomore album and 2008’s A Little Bit Longer.
With a career celebrating over 17 million album sales and more than 1 billion streams worldwide, their catalogue includes hit singes S.O.S and Burnin’ Up.
Sucker, the lead single from their forthcoming Happiness Begins album, has secured them their highest chart positions to date, reaching No.1 in the United States and breaking into the top five here in the UK.
The Grammy, American Music and Billboard award-winning brothers will now bring their Happiness Begins tour to the UK, kicking off in Birmingham on Wednesday 29 January 2020, and including a show at London’s The O2 on Sunday 2 February. The tour will also see them visit Glasgow and Manchester, as well as Republic of Ireland capital Dublin.