DNCE’s new song titled, “Forever,” is to be featured on the “Lego Batman Movie: Soundtrack.”

The soundtrack is set to release on February 3rd, and can be pre-ordered on iTunes now!

Joe Jonas of DNCE performs during the New Year’s Eve Countdown at Times Square on December 31, 2016 in New York City. – TOSHIBA New Years Eve In Times Square
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13. DNCE, ‘DNCE’

Like his younger brother before him, Joe Jonas has mastered the secret to having a successful second life in pop music: not taking yourself or the business too seriously. On his funk-pop band’s debut album, Jonas & Co. host the perfect party that’s fashionable without being alienating, silly without being annoying, sexy without forgetting to tease. Single “Body Moves” shows off their catchiness while tracks like “Be Mean” show off Jonas’ vocal dexterity and the band’s funk cohesion. Most importantly, they prove you can have your “Cake by the Ocean” and eat it too. B.S.

JinJoo Lee, Jack Lawless, Joe Jonas and Cole Whittle of DNCE perform onstage during Power 96.1’s Jingle Ball 2016 at Philips Arena on December 16, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia. – Power 96.1’s Jingle Ball 2016 – SHOW

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DNCE brought all of their body moves to New York City’s iconic Madison Square Garden when they performed during this year’s iHeartRadio Jingle Ball hosted by Z100.

The band kicked off their set with their new single “Body Moves,” but instead of performing another song off their new debut album, they performed a few covers of songs.


First, Joe Jonas and crew took us back to the late ’90s when they started belting out lyrics to The Spice Girls‘ hit single “Wannabe.” Then, the group gave a quick cover of Kanye West‘s “Fade” from his most recent album The Life Of Pablo.


DNCE closed their set with their debut single “Cake By The Ocean,” which they performed last year during Jingle Ball on the very same stage. This time, Joe ran out into the Madison Square Garden arena, to the back, and ran up into the seats to sing next to some fans.


DNCE closed their set with their debut single “Cake By The Ocean,” which they performed last year during Jingle Ball on the very same stage. This time, Joe ran out into the Madison Square Garden arena, to the back, and ran up into the seats to sing next to some fans.


If you missed out on all the action, consider this your holiday gift. You’ll be able to relive the night on The CW during a special 90-minute broadcast on December 15th and 26th at 8 p.m. ET/PT — so put on your Santa hats, grab some gingerbread cookies, and tune in!

Down you have few pictures with your favourite band from Japan:

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DNCE and Buzz Feed Video’s Keith Habs, let Twitter decide their day!

DNCE gave out free coffee, had a dance battle with the New York Knicks Dancers and enjoyed ice cream!

Check out the video below:

After giving the world a taste-test with their dance-earworm “Cake By The Ocean” and packaging the tune in their pop-funk EP SWAAY, DNCE finally issued November 18 as the official release date for their self-titled debut album.

The collective — consisting of former JoBro drummer Jack Lawless, guitarist JinJoo, and bassist Cole Whittle — with a fittingly Nutty announcement video that gives a brief overview of their time as a band since 2015. On Friday, the four-piece quartet joined On Air with Ryan Seacrest to further detail their first collection, which took one year for them to complete.

“The album itself, it kind of takes you through those rollercoaster emotions of relationships, love, hate, anger, and finally, I think just having a good time,” frontman Joe Jonas said. “DNCE is pure fun and I think that’s kind of the overall idea of the album.”

The band also revealed that the impetus behind their funky image was the experimental release “Cake By The Ocean,” a song they wrote to overcome writer’s block. “We just got in the studio and wrote this song,” Jonas said. “We said, ‘Let’s just can everything and just write out of a funny situation.”

DNCE will take their album on tour beginning January 17 at the House of Blues in San Diego. The will hit The Belasco Theatre in Los Angeles on January 18 before making their way to Dallas, Nashville, New Orleans, and other cities across the U.S. General tickets for the show go on sale on November 11.

In the meantime, their latest single “Body Moves” is available now.

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