In 'Lovebug' music video, Jonas Brothers will bring out retro looks as members of a ballroom band, which culminates in a sweeping dance number.
Pop/rock band Jonas Brothers are captured playing multiple characters, including members of a ballroom band with their retro looks in a music video in support of their second single "Lovebug". Directed Philip Andelman, the video co-stars Camilla Belle of "10,000 B.C." and Joshua Boswell.
Speaking further about the video, the band reveal that Nick Cassavetes' 2004 romance film titled "The Notebook" becomes their inspiration for the music video. They also say that a sweeping dance number, vintage wardrobes, and cars have brought their vision to life. "We had a very specific vision," Kevin Jonas states. "You're part of a world that you wish you could be a part of and that's not around any more."
Meanwhile, the video itself mainly tells about the story of a young woman and a soldier who will be sent to war. It is scheduled to be premiered on October 19 at 8:55 P.M. on both the East and West coasts. Also on the same day, exclusive behind-the-scenes of the video will be aired during episodes of Disney's television series "Hannah Montana" and "Wizards of Waverly Place".
"Lovebug" is the band's second single off their third major studio album, "A Little Bit Longer", which has been in stores since August. Described as "musically different", the tune contains a tap dancing track and features mandolin sounds.