The long-teased music video for the Jonas Brothers' new single 2013 "First Time" finally has a release date: Wednesday, July 17. According to HITS Daily Double, the world premiere of the video will happen on Clear Channel's website, as a part of their newly launched video initiative.
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The Jonas Brothers confirmed the news of the video's release on their official Twitter account by saying, "THAT'S RIGHT! JULY 17TH!! PREMIERE DATE FOR OUR #FIRSTTIME MUSIC VIDEO ON @IHEARTRADIO @CLEARCHANNEL."
The "First Time" music video was first teased on June 25, when the song was released for sale on iTunes.
That 16-second teaser shows the Jonas' friends and family poolside in Las Vegas. Footage also includes scenes of the Las Vegas strip, the brothers cruising on the highway and Joe Jonas puffing his cheeks out underwater. The video seems as though it will feature good time scenes, giving the summer pop song a hopeful vibe.
Watch the "First Time" pre-roll below.
According to HITS Daily Double, the video will also feature footage of the Miss USA 2013 pageant, which was hosted by Nick Jonas in Vegas and included a three-song performance from the JoBros.
Besides teasing fans about a new music video, the Jonas Brothers are currently on their Jonas Brothers Live Tour 2013, in which they've premiered four new songs from their upcoming fifth studio album V. At the tour opener in Chicago, the Jonas Brothers premiered "Found," "The World," "What Do I Mean To You," and "Don't Say."
Recently, the Jonas Brothers performed "Neon" in full in Detroit. Watch that video below, via ONTD:
The Jonas Brothers Live Tour will make its next stop in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, tomorrow (July 16).