Jonas Brothers choose first single

'Burnin' Up' due June 20 on radio outlets

NEW YORK -- The Jonas Brothers have selected "Burnin' Up" as the first single from their next album, "A Little Bit Longer," due Aug. 12 via Hollywood. The track will be augmented with an "action-packed James Bond-esque adventure" video, according to the label.

"Burnin' Up" (which will be shipped June 20 to U.S. radio outlets), "Little Bit Longer" and "Pushing Me Away" all debuted on the group's most recent tour. The new album was executive produced by John Fields; some of the recording was done in the fall on a Gibson-outfitted tour bus.

The Jonas Brothers are already sizzling with "We Rock," the first single from their made-for-Disney Channel movie "Camp Rock." The track debuts this week at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 Singles Sales chart after 11,000 sales in an exclusive Wal-Mart edition.

The "Camp Rock" soundtrack is due June 17 via Walt Disney Records, while the movie premieres three days later. Meanwhile, the Jonas Brothers begin their "Burning Up" arena tour July 4 in Toronto with special guest Demi Lovato, who also appears in "Camp Rock."