DNCE return with surprise drop of new EP 'People to People'
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DNCE surprised fans on June 15 with a brand-new EP titled People to People. While the album's official release was a surprise, the band did tease the new songs on their Instagram account in the two days leading up to its release. They also released a couple of little videos with the band talking about songs "TV In the Morning" and "Still Good."

DNCE features lead vocalist Joe Jonas, drummer Jack Lawless, guitarist JinJoo Lee and bassist Cole Whittle. The band picked up the Best New Artist award at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2016 and then showed up at the VMAs in 2017 to perform "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy" with Rod Stewart.

The People to People EP has four songs on it, with the longest checking in at 3:44. That means that the entire EP, front to back, is just 13 minutes in length. The new EP is a lot more mellow than what fans who fell in love with "Cake by the Ocean" are used to but the bass tracks are still good enough to develop a solid beat.

This is the first music from DNCE since the non-album single "Kissing Strangers" with Nicki Minaj in 2017. Before that, they released the EP Swaay in 2015, which featured the triple-platinum single "Cake by the Ocean" and then their debut studio album DNCE in 2016, which was certified gold.