Jonas Brothers tease their new music as a 'really unique' new sound for the trio

"We're in a better spot now than we've ever been," Nick Jonas said.

June 16, 2022, 1:29 PM

The Jonas Brothers are letting fans know the best is yet to come in their music career, saying that their new music is "some of our favorite stuff we've ever done."

The trio of Nick, Joe and Kevin reflected on their career and teased the new direction in which they're heading in a new interview with People.

"We're in a better spot now than we've ever been, and it's a really fun season of discovering what the next chapter is going to look like," Nick said, adding that they're "having the time of our lives."

Joe and Kevin agreed that this refreshed mindset is thanks to their six-year hiatus. Joe said a rift broke the brothers apart in 2013 because they took "advantage of the [sibling] relationship," which was "damaging."

During their break, the brothers got married, started families and pursued solo careers. Nick had several hits as a solo artist and got into acting, Joe formed DNCE in 2015 and Kevin launched a construction company and starred in a reality TV show.

PHOTO: Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Nick Jonas of The Jonas Brothers attend the iHeartRadio Z100 Jingle Ball 2021, Dec. 10, 2021, in New York City.
Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Nick Jonas of The Jonas Brothers attend the iHeartRadio Z100 Jingle Ball 2021, Dec. 10, 2021, in New York City.
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Kevin said the hiatus "allowed us to understand who we were as people," which led to them working past their differences and hitting the restart button.

"It made us all better people," Nick agreed, saying it's "a beautiful thing."

The Jonas Brothers reformed in 2019 and released their No. 1 album "Happiness Begins," which included hits "Sucker," "Cool" and "Only Human." Now, they're readying their sixth studio album.

"We did record a lot of music before and through the pandemic, but then we lived our life for a while," Kevin said of making this album.

Nick then teased, "It's some of our favorite stuff we've ever done. It's easy to fall into old creative patterns, but the sound that we're tapping into is really unique for us."

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