Jonas Brothers dropped another concert documentary on Amazon Prime Video, just a year after their previous release—Chasing Happiness. This year’s new documentary entitled Happiness Continues dropped on Friday, April 24, amidst coronavirus pandemic.
As the title of the new concert documentary suggests, Happiness has been continued in both personal life, and musical career after the brothers announced their comeback last February. The brothers released their comeback album, Happiness Begins on June 7, 2019.
The brothers appeared in a live-stream Q&A and subsequently watched the teaser-trailer Happiness Continues along with the fans. In the mean-time, they even answered a few questions put down by their curious fans. The new concert film is basically a follow up from their last year’s documentary. Chasing Happiness tells the story of the group’s life growing up in New Jersey and their musical advancements through the years.
The documentary explored the trio’s rise to fame through music, the group’s breakup, and the positively received comeback after six-year hiatus. The one-minute-long teaser-trailer for the Amazon Original concert documentary begins with all three boys standing in front of what appears to be an empty venue, and we hear Joe Jonas saying that he was done with Jonas Brothers for good.
But after a few seconds, he exclaims Hell No, and the trailer features various concerts footages from all around the world with their fans cheering madly at them for their outstanding music. The trailer also features some of the never-seen-before behind the scenes of concerts in which the brothers have joyous moments with their family and loved ones.
The band recently appeared in 62nd Annual Grammy and revealed a new song titled Five More Minutes. The new song will feature on their untitled upcoming sixth studio album, which is set to release on some time in late 2020 or until mid-2021.
Watch the trailer for Jonas Brothers Concert Film; Happiness Continues—available on Amazon Prime Video.