Happiness continues! Just eight months after the Jonas Brothers released their first album in ten years — Happiness Begins — following their highly anticipated reunion, the bros are back in the studio working on their next one!
During an appearance on NBC's Today (on Feb. 25), Nick Jonas opened up about joining The Voice, but also talked about what the Jonas Brothers have been up to lately and revealed that they've been working on their new album with Ryan Tedder, AND fans will find out the record's details in a mere few WEEKS!
Jonas said, "We have been back in the studio with Ryan Tedder, working hard on the new record, which is going to be announced in the next couple weeks — title, track list, all that."
WHAT DID WE DO TO DESERVE THIS AMAZING NEWS?!
As fans already know, the trio recently released their latest single, which Nick also made mention of at the end of his Today interview, back in January. The song will presumably be on the band's forthcoming new album, but we'll find out for sure in the coming weeks as they reveal more information.
Elsewhere in his interview Nick also opened up about the Jonas Brothers' hiatus and why it was necessary in order to get to the place where they are now, both professionally and personally. He explained, "That was the thing I think we were all aware of. When the band split up, I think it was important just for us to go on those journeys and figure out who we were as people. And inevitably, it led us back to each other, which is a dream scenario for family. But this, kind of, has exceeded all our expectations."
He added, "I mean, who gets to share these memories with their family like this? Travel the world. And I think we all realized how fortunate we are. And the fact that things weren't so good and we found a way to make them good once again to share this incredible journey."
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