Big news about the upcoming Jonas Brothers single! Ryan Seacrest revealed that it's called 'Pom Poms,' and the music video was shot in New Orleans on Saturday. True to its title, the vid features cheeleaders from local teams the Saints and Hornets, plus the marching band from Southern University.

A short clip from the video shoot has surfaced online. Don't expect to hear much of the song in the clip, as the video was apparently shot from too far away to pick up the audio. The footage shows Nick, Joe and Kevin standing on a grassy football field pretending to play the song. They're backed up by a drummer and a brass band.

From the footage, it looks as though 'Poms Poms' will be an up-tempo tune. The brothers bounce around as they sing, and the horn players raise their instruments in a coordinated routine. Socialite Life has still photos from the video shoot that show the guys enjoying themselves in the sun.

The new single is expected to arrive in the spring. This will be the first album of new material from the Jonas Brothers since 2009's 'Lines, Vines and Trying Times.' They did their own thing for a few years before regrouping late last year for a few live concerts and to begin recording a new record.