The Jonas Brothers have heard your cheers, and now they're getting their "Pom Poms" ready. The trio has confirmed that they will drop the new single this spring.
And apparently, they've already shot the video for the just-announced track. Ryan Seacrest reports that the guys were spotted shooting the clip last weekend in New Orleans with two local cheerleading squads and the marching band for Southern University.
The news comes one week after big brother Kevin confirmed that work is completed on their [article id="1695450"]2013 album[/article], set for [article id="1701956"]release sometime later this year[/article]. "We wanted to take a little extra time on it to make sure it was right, and we've been working for almost a year now on it and it's time and now we're back on the road," he shared.
No specific dates have been given for when fans will hear the album, but the guys are slated to play shows in Latin and South America through the end of March. They will be joined by Kevin's brother-in-law, Mikey Deleasa, who will serve as their opening act on those dates, they tweeted over the weekend.
The guys tested out new music during a [article id="1695339"]handful of live gigs[/article] late last year, but have yet to play "Pom Poms."
"The vibe right now that we're trying to create, we've kind of had a really memorable and a career we're really thankful for up until this time, [and now we're] hoping to create an experience for our fans that is really personal and shows a little bit deeper look into what our lives have been like, as far as lyrics," Nick told MTV News last October. "But, musically we're trying to push ourselves and continue to grow and get better.
"We're talking about some really real subjects and things that are meaningful to us both in the present time, in the past, and it's just now out there for people to hear," he added, noting the guys wrote and [article id="1695450"]produced much of the record[/article] on their own. "That's the great thing about being an artist, is you can create and then share later."