July 26, 2008 07:17:16 GMT
Before officially dropping their new LP on August 12, the teen pop-rockers have just launched a promo clip to give a preview of what the album will offer.
Promoting their upcoming album "A Little Bit Longer", teen pop-rock act Jonas Brothers have premiered a trailer clip to promote the new LP. The 54-second-long video, which is also accompanied with a glimpse of their hit song "Burnin' Up", give their fans a lead of what the new album will offer.
On the promo clip, the band announced that their upcoming LP will be released in a special CDVU+ format, which will give special features such as exclusive video performance & interviews, 60 printable photos, complete album lyrics, downloadable graphics & hidden links. Moreover, the band and their recording company also stated that the package is made out of recycled materials.
The band's upcoming LP, which is being set to drop on August 12, has already being made available for pre-order at the Brothers' official website for the price of $14.99. Moreover, on the website the band also stated that fans who pre-order the new record will receive another special feature which is an exclusive DVD of the teen idols' never-before-seen footages.
Until this date from "A Little Bit Longer", the band have already spawned two singles, "Burnin' Up and "Pushin' Me Away". Other tracks that the Brothers will be releasing after the previous two songs are, "Tonight" and "A Little Bit Longer".
The Jonas Brothers' "A Little Bit Longer" Video Promo: