Jonas Brothers Drop Video For New Single 'Pom Poms'

February 6: The Jonas Brothers surprise 600 students at Minneapolis Patrick Henry High School to launch 'We Day' in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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The Jonas Brothers are back.

Today, the Jonas Brothers shared the official music video for "Pom Poms," the first single from their untitled fifth studio album.

According to Perez Hilton, the single and video were originally scheduled to premiere Tuesday via "On Air With Ryan Seacrest," but were pushed ahead after leaking early.

The Jo Bros are going all out with "Pom Poms," a massive, sing-along pop song that's straight from a high school football halftime show, with its wailing brass section and schoolyard chanting. It's no surprise the video channels the movie "Drumline;" cheerleaders, a marching band, and even a gospel choir get in on the fun.

The new album will mark the Jonas Brothers' first since 2009's "Lines, Vines and Trying Times" and their first new music since leaving Disney's Hollywood Records, which released their last 3 LPs.