Jonas Brothers premiered “Walls” on “Saturday Night Live”

During their second performance of the evening, the Jonas Brothers shared new music from their upcoming album, The Scrapbook.

On “Walls,” Joe shines throughout the ballad, as he expresses his gratitude for a special love in his life and lets it be known that his life would be incomplete without her.

“If you ever left me, I’d die / Even the walls would cry,” Joe sings on the song’s chorus.

On the Saturday Night Live stage, the boys were joined by the choir from the ‘Waffle House’ performance, as Kirk Franklin and Jon Bellion, the latter of whom produced most of their forthcoming album, led the choir, who jumped and gave demonstrations vibrant with energy.

Now that all three JoBros are married, we can expect most of their new songs to reflect the love each shares with his wife. In a recent interview with Mr PorterJoe has revealed why he’d rather keep the details of his marriage to actress Sophie Turner in this music, rather than in the public eye.

“I want to feel like an open book,” he said. “But when we started dating, I realized I didn’t have a ton of things that were just for me. And in the end, it makes me a better person to have something for myself.

You can watch the performance of “Walls” above.

The Scrapbook came out 5/5 via Republic. Find more information here.


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