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As for the new single itself, it features several popular references such as Post Malone, Nick Jonas' 2016 album 'Last Year Was Complicated' as well as 'Game of Thrones'.

AceShowbiz - Jonas Brothers have already welcomed summer even though it's still two months away. After much anticipation, the three-piece band unveiled their new single entitled "Cool" along with its music video accompaniment on Thursday, April 4. Directed by Anthony Mandler, the visuals finds the group channeling "Miami Vice" vibes.

It starts off with someone telling the brothers to "take the Ferrari home," as he throws the key to Joe Jonas, who later looks at Kevin Jonas in confusion. The scene then changes to show them, still rocking the same outfit, performing the song before a group of elders near a swimming pool. Scantily-clad women later join the group as they move to several places, including the beach, where Nick Jonas buries himself in the sand.

There is also a scene of Jonas Brothers aboard a yacht as they enjoy the sunset scenery before they end the video on a makeshift stage by the pool.

As for the song itself, it features several popular references, including Post Malone and "Game of Thrones", which stars Joe's fiancee Sophie Turner. There's also a reference of Nick's 2016 album "Last Year Was Complicated". Joe can be heard singing, "Oh, I feel like Post Malone when I get home/ Sittin' there, winning like it's 'Game of Thrones'/ And now that we've made it, how complicated was last year?"

"Cool" is the second single that Jonas Brothers released after making their comeback to the music industry. They recently played a surprise pop-up gig at the Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia, where the band played some of their hit songs including "Burnin' Up", "Lovebug" and "When You Look Me in the Eyes".

Besides new music, Jonas Brothers will also release a documentary film on Amazon. The flick is described as a "personal, behind the scenes look" at the brothers as they reunite for their upcoming tour.

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