NPR's Tiny Desk concerts guarantee an amplification of the sonic resplendence and energy that artitsts bring to the performance, and one simply cannot escape the intimacy and realness of it.
After announcing their reunion in February after a six-year hiatus, The Jonas Brothers made their first appearance on the platform and showcased a chemistry that transcended time. They performed a playful set of three songs off their latest album, Happiness Begins. Playfully incorporating the knickknacks and toy instruments scattered around the area, they presented an ingenious rendition of 'Only Human', 'I Believe', and a jazzy rework of their most recent hit, 'Sucker'.
Watch the performance below.
Like what you read? Show our writer some love!