Not only have the Jonas Brothers been giving us amazing music since their comeback, but they’re now giving us amazing covers, too.
While in London for a show last week, the brothers paid a visit to BBC Radio 1 and performed in Radio 1’s famous Live Lounge. Along with their comeback hit single “Sucker,” they also covered Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi’s “Someone You Loved” as part of their set.
The superstar siblings beautifully executed a slow and gentle cover of Capaldi’s single, and it’s sure to be your new obsession. The mixture of the Jonas Brothers’ vocals with the tear-jerking, heartstring-tugging indie single is everything we needed.
Even Capaldi himself was freaking out at the news and joked how it would boost sales for him.
We're halfway through the @jonasbrothers' Live Lounge and it's sounding SO GOOD 😍
— BBC Radio 1 (@BBCR1) May 30, 2019
— Lewis Calamari (@LewisCapaldi) May 30, 2019
He also shared some never before seen photos of him and the brothers on Instagram from a recent photoshoot. (His photoshop skills are top-notch.)
The iconic threesome followed their rendition of “Someone You Loved” with a stripped-down version of their own single “Sucker.”
We just wish we had the studio versions to add to our playlists. However, the JoBros’ long-awaited fifth album Happiness Begins, debuts tomorrow and we’re sure that’ll make up for it. Dust off that throwback merch from 2009, get ready to feel all the feels this Friday!
Featured Image: BBC Radio 1