For those who can’t get enough of the Jonas Brothers, there’s good news as Nick, Joe, and Kevin have teamed up with Amazon Prime Video to release Happiness Continues: A Jonas Brothers Concert Film – available to stream now.
As the title suggests, the production contains loads of behind-the-scenes footage from 2019’s sold-out Happiness Begins tour. Fans will also see performances of their favorite throwback songs like “Burnin’ Up,” “S.O.S.,” and “Year 3000,” along with music from the Happiness Begins reunion album. All content was filmed at their recent arena shows in Miami, Vancouver, and Mexico City, as well as an intimate show in Chicago. And the entire piece serves as a fitting victory lap for the boy-turned-man band that officially formed in 2006. Check out the trailer here.
This Amazon Prime Video exclusive is the follow-up and accompanying piece to the Grammy-nominated trio’s 2019 Chasing Happiness documentary that chronicled the group’s epic reunion following their six-year hiatus. In contrast to the new production, last year’s film focused more on the Jonas Brothers’ rise to fame and subsequent disbanding, whereas Happiness Continues picks up where the last documentary ended.
A lesser-known fact about the prior release is that the New Jersey natives dropped a collection of recordings on streaming services, Music From Chasing Happiness, as a soundtrack album for those who want to sonically relive the trio’s best of 15 years. Some selections include the aforementioned classics in addition to newer titles and side projects like DNCE’s “Cake By The Ocean.” Check it out below.