Jonas Brothers Preview Peppy New Track, 'Pom Poms'

JoBros give fans a 30-second taste of their new track, out April 2.

The Jonas Brothers are getting saxy on their new single, "Pom Poms."

A foot-stomping beat, a hint of horns and sexy swagger are in full force in a 30-second preview of the track, officially out on April 2.

"Just to see how you get down/ Feels like an earthquake

Every time you come around/ Here 'em sayin' yeah/ Every time feels like a revival/ So get up right now/ We're comin' for the title," they sing on the tune. "Oh I love it when your hands are free/ Baby put your pom poms down for me."

Pom Poms make an appearance not only in the song's lyrics, but also in the video, which the guys shot last month in New Orleans. For it, they enlisted the help of two local cheerleading squads and the Southern University marching band.

The teaser is the first taste of their 2013 album release, set to hit the streets later this year.

"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 about the band's new batch of music. "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. That's the great thing about being an artist, is you can create and then share later."

Over the weekend, in addition to giving fans a preview of their new music, they also wrapped up their South American tour. While on the road they were playing several new songs, but had yet to preview "Pom Poms." And JoBros fans should mark another date on their calendars. In addition to releasing "Pom Poms" in full in the next few weeks, the new season of Kevin's E! series with his wife Danielle, "Married to Jonas," kicks off on April 21.

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