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Is The New Single From The Jonas Brothers Actually, Uh, Pretty OK?

So, Westlake's own JoBros debuted the video for their new single, "Paranoid," from the upcoming Lines, Vines and Trying Times album (due out June 16; set your calendars) on Myspace this weekend, and, well, that's it above.

Call me crazy, but I'm kinda digging the tempered, synthed-up style. At the very least, it's a major step up for the Les Brosephs Jonas. And that's not even debatable, I don't think.

(By the way, that sound you hear is the sweet woosh of me losing any and all credibility, so let's move on quickly, OK?)

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