Jonas Brothers REVEAL why it took more than 5 years for them to reunite as a band; Read on

Nick, Kevin and Joe Jonas recently graced the cover of Paper magazine and opened up on their musical journey and why it was important for them to part ways in 2013.
Jonas Brothers,HollywoodNick Jonas said calling it quits was the best thing the Jonas Brothers could have done for their careers.
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The Jonas Brothers reignited hopes and set the Internet on fire when they announced their comeback as a band. Comprising of Nick, Kevin and Joe, the Jonas Brothers were hailed for the brand new singles 'Sucker' and 'Cool' in the last few weeks. Now, since their reunion there's no looking back for the childhood Disney stars. However, they recently graced the cover of Paper magazine and opened up on their musical journey and why it was important for the brothers to part ways in 2013. 

In an interview to the magazine, Nick Jonas, husband of Priyanka Chopra, said calling it quits was the best thing the Jonas Brothers could have done for their careers, as it allowed them some much-needed space. Nick revealed, “We lost touch with what we wanted to say, because we were trying so hard to say something different from what we said in the past, musically and creatively." 

He added, “We understood that our level of success and fame had reached a point, where our musicianship and writing and performing abilities needed time to grow and catch up to it. It really took the last six, seven years to figure out who we were as people and what kind of music we wanted to make.” 

Well, we're definitely not complaining as their decision to reunite after a long gap was music to the ears. The brothers also revealed that this time around it is more about "having fun" and keeping it light. 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Wait for it... Thank you @nbcsnl for an incredible time this week! What a night!

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So you waited all these years to grow and change and mature ... and then you release the exact same type of teenybopper pop you did when you started?

Good job.

Smart, kind to everyone, and able to be tolerant of others who have different flaws. I am happy to be going to one of his concerts for the first time in August 2019.

Nick is very intelligent, I like him.

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