"It's one of those songs that starts out [upbeat], and then halfway through it hits a downbeat," said Art Repola, a producer of "Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience."
The Jonas Brothers shot the video for the song in New York's Central Park back in August, and despite the amount of attention the boys get from screaming girls, Repola said it was easy to shoot in such public spaces. "It was [crazy], but we had a lot of security," he said. "There was not a problem, surprisingly. [But] wherever they go, throngs follow."
The guys play characters in the video, as they did in the clip for "Burnin' Up." Nick is a horse-drawn carriage driver, Joe is a cop and Kevin is a hot-dog vendor — roles that Repola said the guys were excited to take on.
"I think the idea to do this was [director Bruce Hendricks']. I don't remember how we decided [who would do what]," he said. "But they sure had a lot of fun. They were completely open. We set out from the beginning to capture a day in the life. We had a lot of access to everything."
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