In celebration of the conclusion to the 2021 Tokyo Video games, the Jonas Brothers have shared an unique NBC version of their single “Keep in mind This” with a efficiency of the observe as a part of the closing ceremony festivities.
“We’re at all times going to #RememberThis,” the trio shared on Instagram. In separate posts, Kevin Jonas described the efficiency as “a second I’ll always remember” whereas Nick Jonas added: “What an honor.”
The NBC version of “Keep in mind This” arrived with a visible efficiency that aired on NBCUniversal that includes footage captured all through the Tokyo Video games alongside the Jonas Brothers acting on a rooftop. Highlighted moments embody the lighting of the torch on the opening ceremony in addition to observe, swimming, and gymnastics champions.
“Keep in mind This” debuted on the primary night time of the U.S. Staff Trials for observe and discipline in June forward of the Tokyo Video games. A lot of the track’s lyrics have been impressed by the Video games and Staff USA, with the band singing: “Used to hope for a second identical to this, there’s a fireplace in your eyes I can’t resist, child we’re gonna wanna keep in mind this.”
Within the lead-up to the closing ceremony, the Jonas Brothers participated in a sport of their very own, competing towards one another in observe, gymnastics, and BMX biking trials. Kevin snagged a win in hurdles and Nick achieved a gold medal in gymnastics earlier than cracking a rib throughout the BMX portion of the band’s private occasion.
The closing ceremony comes simply earlier than the Jonas Brothers might be kicking off their 44-date summer time tour with nation star Kelsea Ballerini. Aptly named the Keep in mind This Tour, the observe will start on August 20 in Las Vegas, NV, and can wrap up in Los Angeles, California on October 27.
The band will even launch the extremely anticipated memoir Blood on November 9, which is offered for pre-order now.
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