Vevo, the world’s leading music video network, announces the release of DNCE’s live performance of “Move.”
Led by Jonas Brother Joe Jonas, exuberant dance-rock group DNCE broke into the mainstream in 2015 with the EP SWAAY and the single “Cake by the Ocean,” a multi-platinum international hit that helped propel their 2016 self-titled debut LP into the U.S. Top 20. They were an established arena act before taking a hiatus that ended in 2022 with a featured spot on the Kygo single “Dancing Feet” as well as their own “Move.”
“Move,” DNCE’s first official single in four years, issues an invitation to the dancefloor with a funky strut, seventies-style guitars, head-nodding bassline and swaggering beat. Flaunting a fiery falsetto, Joe shines with an undeniable and unshakable command on the chorus, “All I’m trying to do is make you get up out that chair and make you move!”
“Move is the song that convinced me DNCE had more music to release into the world,” says Joe. “I wrote it with my friend Ryan Tedder just for fun and immediately knew it was something special and needed the DNCE treatment!”
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