Don’t worry Jonas Brothers fans, it’s not quite time to say goodbye and goodnight!
Nick, Joe and Kevin went on Good Morning America this morning to explain their seemingly abrupt decision to end their venture as a band, and oldest bro Kevin revealed that there’s still music to come!
While fans won’t get to see the upcoming album they’re working on, they’re getting something!
“The album will not be completed, but we’re going to release four of the unreleased songs from the album,” Kevin said. He added that they also plan to gift fan club members with live tracks from their tour last summer.
While this may serve as a beacon of hope for the fans of the boy band, more than anything else, the GMA interview offered closure to fans who were left questioning what was going on with the group.
“We’re family first, and that’s always been our main priority, so honesty within what we do as a group was always important,” Nick explained, revealing he was the one who initiated the conversation that led to the band’s demise. “In a nutshell, we’ve had some problems within the group for a long time—without addressing them, I think this train will fall off the tracks.”
Nick closed his passionate statement by saying, “We’re best suited to do our individual things… and just be brothers first.”
Joe agreed with this, explaining “at some point we just decided it was best to finish this and support each other on our own.”
The 23-year-old musician added that he’s excited for what’s to come.
“We know it’s going to be sad for a lot of people, but for us, we are looking forward to the future,” he said. So what does the future hold?
Nick and Joe alluded to their own projects in not only acting, but also recording and writing music; while dad-to-be Kevin revealed he is switching to the business side of things, by funding a marketing initiative.
Ultimately, the brothers made it clear that nothing is set in stone when it comes to reuniting as a bad.
“I think it’s impossible to say forever with anything,” Nick said. “I feel like we’re playing it one step at a time right now and, like we said, rebuilding as brothers first and starting there.”