Jonas Brothers presented a track dedicated to the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo

Members of the American pop-rock band Jonas Brothers presented the track “Remember this,” remade to accompany the American broadcast of the opening ceremony of the Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, according to Music News.

According to the publication, the nominees for the Grammy Award will officially present the song on television on July 21 on the TV show “Olympic dreams featuring Jonas Brothers” – two days before the opening ceremony of the Games.

For the first time, a fragment from “Remember this” was performed in May, at the Billboard Music Awards. Now it has been released in digital format. The musicians superimposed the melody on a positive lyric video posted on YouTube. The video is compiled from concert photos, in which fans hold posters with lines from the song.

Music News emphasizes that the song, which will be performed in July on NBC, will have new words inspired by the sports extravaganza and the US national team. In this form, the song will be performed by the members of the Jonas Brothers for the first time.

This summer, the Jonas Brothers are planning to embark on a concert tour called “Remember this,” which starts on August 20 in Las Vegas.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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