The Jonas Brothers are currently on an arena tour in support of their latest album, Happiness Begins, but the trio took some time to stop by NPR’s Tiny Desk to deliver a lively medley of songs from the record.
The JoBros kicked things off with a jazz-tinged rendition of their chart-topping single, “Sucker,” then launched into the touching song “I Believe.” They closed their set with the reggae-inspired single, “Only Human.”
“We had the chance on this new album, Happiness Begins, to kind of speak about our lives and our story,” Nick Jonas said between songs. “We were all in a great spot [when writing the album] and wanted to share our happiness with the world. There’s so much negativity out there, we kind of felt that if we could just bring a little bit of light into people’s lives, then we’re doing our job.”
At the end of the performance, which also happened to take place the day of Joe Jonas’ 30th birthday, the singer was surprised with a cake as the crowd serenaded him with “Happy Birthday.”
The Jonas Brothers reunited earlier this year with “Sucker,” ending a six-year-long hiatus. Happiness Begins arrived in June and became their third album to top the Billboard 200.
Watch their Tiny Desk performance below: