What Does "Sucker" By The Jonas Brothers Mean?

After five long years of silence from the Jonas Brothers since their breakup, fans are ecstatic at the reunion of the band and the release of “Sucker” this week. The aspect of the song that has become most popular isn’t the lyrics, but the music video where each brother’s wife/fiance is shown sharing lavish and wild moments with the brothers. Fans have highlighted the adorability of the three couples working together in the music video. Nick Jonas tweeted: “We really had the best time shooting this video in England with our family. Hope you guys love it. Feels good to be back”. The emphasis on it being a family event has made the lyrics even more meaningful to fans as they cheer on the romances of the brothers. But is the song as sweet and innocent as it sounds, or is there something hiding beneath the surface?

What does "High Hopes" by Panic! at the Disco mean?

When “High Hopes” released today, Brendon Urie tweeted, “I spent too long not setting my expectations high enough, worried about how it felt to fail. I hit a point when I realized I had to aim high and fail, fail, fail in order to keep growing. This one is for all of you who helped me go for it all. I thank you.” Urie didn’t say indicate that his words had specifically to do with “High Hopes,” but this was the emotion he chose to share with his fans upon the song’s release, and that emotion certainly fits with the meaning of his lyrics.