The Jonas Brothers are back with their latest single, “Remember This”. It will be featured in NBC Universal’s coverage of the Tokyo Olympics this summer.
“Remember This” Will be Part of the Tokyo Olympics
The Tokyo Olympics kick off on July 23. The trio officially debuted “Remember This” during the broadcast of the first night of the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Track & field last Saturday, almost a month after they first premiered it during this year’s Billboard Music Awards.
They will be tweaking the lyrics for a special In-Games version to be used during NBC Universal’s coverage of the Tokyo Olympics this summer. The revamped anthem will feature new words inspired by the sporting extravaganza and Team USA. They will then perform it for the first time during the TV special Olympic Dreams Featuring Jonas Brothers. The event will take place on July 21, just two days before the games’ opening ceremony.
The Jonas Brothers Have a Busy Year Ahead
Letting the nostalgia come through, the Jonas Brothers made a lyric video to honor the release of “Remember This”. In it, they selected photos from their previous Happiness Begins Tour which took place from summer 2019 to early 2020, right before the pandemic started. Thousands of fans star in the video, making them excited for their upcoming 44-date Remember This Tour, kicking off on August 20 in Las Vegas. Country star Kelsea Ballerini will join them as the opening act.
Alongside the melancholic lyric video, the brothers are inviting fans to submit their own memories from the Happiness Begins Tour. “‘Remember This’ is close to our hearts because it celebrates you guys and all the memories we’ve made together… So we’re doing something special. Share your Jonas Brothers memories over the years using #RememberThis and make sure you’re following @rememberthistour on IG! Can’t wait to show you guys the final project,” the band shared on Instagram.
The single follows the Jonas Brothers’ recent collaboration with Marshmello, “Leave Before You Love Me”. The song is quickly climbing radio charts and is already Top 20 at both Top 40 & Hot AC US radio formats. They will also release their highly anticipated memoir Blood on November 9, which is available for pre-order.