updated 08/28/2009 AT 2:50 PM ET
•originally published 08/28/2009 AT 3:35 PM ET
Honor Society isn’t just the name of a club for smart kids. It’s also the name of the infectious four-man band opening for the Jonas Brothers.
Members Michael Bruno, 30, Jason Rosen, 30, Andrew Lee, 29, and Alex Noyes, 23, have signed with a new label created by the Jonas Brothers and Hollywood Records. The group is giving PEOPLE readers a sneak peek at “Over You,” the first single from their debut album, Fashionably Late, which launches Sept. 15.
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Just a few months ago, they were playing at local New York and New Jersey bars, clubs and house parties, and now they’ve been touring with the rock trio for the North American leg of the Jonas Brothers World tour. They are also about to branch out on their own: In September Honor Society sets off “The Fashionably Late Tour” in Minneapolis.
Not that it’s entirely new to the band. One of the members has a more intimate relationship with the Jonas Brothers. Noyes toured with the boy band as their original drummer from 2005-2006 when they opened for the Backstreet Boys. And even though he isn’t a Jonai anymore, there aren’t any hard feelings.
On the Honor Society blog Noyes says, “The only beef between us, is the 20 oz. rib-eye that Nick eats whenever we go out to dinner. Period.”