Joe Jonas Drops “Go It Alone” From “Rumble”

Global superstar Joe Jonas just released the solo track “Go It Alone” for the Paramount Pictures animated movie Rumble, which is out now.

Joe Jonas’ First Solo Release Since 2018

The Jonas Brothers have stayed busy for the past couple of years working on new music. After announcing they were getting back together, they released their comeback album Happiness Begins in 2019, alongside dropping more singles in 2020 and 2021 like “What A Man Gotta Do” and “Five More Minutes.”

“Early last year I got the opportunity to write a song about wrestling monsters and of course, I couldn’t say no… So thrilled to have written a song for this film. I hope you love it as much as I do!” Joe shared on his Instagram story.

“Go It Alone” marks the first time that the Jonas Brothers member has released a solo song in 3 years. In 2018, he released “It’s Party Time” and “I See Love” for Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation, which came out in July 2018. Prior to those singles, he partnered up with Naughty Boy for their 2017 dance-pop single “Once Chance To Dance,” which, if you haven’t yet, I highly recommend you listen to.

The Jonas Brothers Don’t Stop

But that’s not it, the Jonas Brothers just finished their 44-date Remember This tour across the US this fall; which kicked off on August 20 in Las Vegas, NV, and came to an end on October 27 in Los Angeles, CA. During the tour, the brothers played fan-favorite songs since the beginning of their careers like “Year 3000,” “Paranoid,” and “Lovebug,” as well as newer and recently-released songs. These include “Remember This” (which gives the tour its name), “Leave Before You Love Me,” and “Who’s In Your Head” – which actually got premiered at some of the shows before its official release on September 17.

Additionally, the Jonas brothers just announced they will embark on four extra dates in Mexico City and Monterrey this February. All tickets for all shows sold out the day they went on sale.

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