A music video filmed to support Jonas Brothers' new single called "Paranoid" has made its way out. Directed by Brendan Malloy and Tim Wheeler, it shows Kevin Jonas being confused when walking into a room full of his clones, Joe Jonas freaking out when suddenly appearing in the middle of a wrestle game, and Nick Jonas getting paranoid when he is joined by several girls in the desert.
"Paranoid" is the first single from Jonas Brothers' upcoming fourth studio album "Lines, Vines and Trying Times". The track is mostly performed by Nick, rather than the usual leading singer Joe. Produced by John Fields, it has got radio airplays since May 8 and has been available for digital download starting on May 12.
"Lines, Vines and Trying Times" itself is set for worldwide release on June 16. It will include "Fly With Me", a song set to be heard at the end title credit for movie "Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian". Also, it reportedly will feature rapper Common as the band's collaborator.
Jonas Brothers' "Paranoid" music video