Interviewing Joe Jonas of DNCE, entrance to Sands Bethlehem Event …

February 8, 2017 - Jonas Brothers

The approach Joe Jonas remembers it, members of his fledgling post-Jonas Brothers rope DNCE were production around with opposite sounds. They came adult with a goofy, chanty, RB-infused electro-pop strain they named after their producers’ confused diction for a cocktail “sex on a beach.”

That 2016 song, “Cake by a Ocean,” not usually became a initial singular for a new band, DNCE, though also strike No. 1 on a Adult Pop chart, sole triple bullion and finished as Billboard’s No. 8 radio strain of a year.

The success of that sound also infused a rest of a songs on DNCE’s entrance EP, “Sway,” that pennyless Billboard’s Top 40 and had a second bullion hit, “Toothbrush.”

That sound has continued on DNCE’s self-titled entrance full-length disc, which, expelled in November, strike No. 17 on Billboard. It also has constructed a new single, “Body Moves” — a distant some-more standard RB dance-beat thumper that was No. 2 on Billboard’s Dance Cub Songs draft final weekJan.28.