In a small club adorned with ceramic horses and a giant disco ball, the trio perform for a packed audience who sing along and crowd around them on stage. They play with prop phones, get surrounded by bubbles and show off a slew of dorky dance moves all while wearing opaque sunglasses and throwback outfits. They even find themselves outside, with Joe Jonas standing atop an old school NYC taxi. The video ends with the driver of said taxi yelling at them for blocking his route.
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