The song appears on the band’s latest album, “Happiness Begins,” which marks their first project in a decade.
As promised on their social media, the Jonas Brothers unveiled the accompanying music video for “Only Human” on Aug 13.
The ’80s-inspired video was directed by Los Angeles-based filmmaker Anthony Mandler, who previously collaborated with the trio for their “Sucker” and “Cool” videos.
The clip opens on the Jonas Brothers performing their song in a small club decorated with ceramic horses and a giant disco ball.
While on stage, the musicians play with prop phones and show off some dance moves while soap bubbles fall from the ceiling.
The video then follows the band outside the club, with Joe Jonas dancing atop a retro taxi.
“Drunk to an ’80s groove (Ayy)/ We gon’ (going) dance in my living room, slave to the way you move/ hurts when I’m leaving you (Ayy),” Joe Jonas sings over a catchy, pop-infused beat.
“Only Human” is the third single from “Happiness Begins” to get a video, following “Sucker” and “Cool.”
The album is their first project as a band since they announced their comeback in late February.
It was accompanied by a recently-released documentary detailing their career and reunion entitled “Chasing Happiness.”
The Jonas Brothers are currently on tour across North America in support of “Happiness Begins,” which they kicked off on Aug 7 in Miami.