Jonas Brothers' first single called 'Paranoid' from upcoming album 'Lines, Vines and Trying Times' has been made available for full stream.
After partially revealed through a short snippet, Jonas Brothers' brand new song "Paranoid" has finally arrived in its full version. Described as a guitar driven dance evoking song, it is confirmed to serve as the lead single from the band's upcoming fourth studio album "Lines, Vines and Trying Times".
Produced by John Fields, "Paranoid" will be released on radios on May 8 and dropped for digital purchase on May 12. Its music video is directed by The Malloys and is planned to be premiered sometime soon.
"Lines, Vines and Trying Times" is set for worldwide release on June 16. Explaining the meaning of the album's title, Joe Jonas stated, "Lines are the 'proverbial' lines people will feed you, and vines are obstacles that get in your way." Kevin Jonas added, "Trying Times can be relationships, or anything personal to you. No one is alone in that; we all go through it."
Featured guest in the effort reportedly is rapper Common. He may join forces with Nick Jonas and the band's other members in a song titled "Don't Charge Me for the Crime".
Audio stream of Jonas Brothers' "Paranoid"