Kevin Jonas jumped on the likelihood to reunite the Jonas Brothers as a result of needed to indicate his youngsters he was extra than simply their daddy.
The eldest of the sibling trio had spent a lot of his time specializing in elevating his daughters Alena, 5, and Valentina, two, along with his spouse Danielle after the Sucker hitmakers initially parted methods in 2013.
So when Nick first proposed the concept of getting the band again collectively final yr (18), Kevin instantly signed up.
“The concept of getting my ladies see me onstage with my brothers and expertise that aspect of my life (was irresistible),” he tells Billboard.
Nonetheless, it took Joe a short time longer earlier than he was satisfied it could be transfer, as he was driving excessive along with his new pop group, DNCE.
It was solely after all of them travelled to Cuba final summer season (Jul18) to movie their upcoming TV documentary that Joe, 29, began to grasp he actually did miss making music along with his brothers.
“The documentary was a method for us to determine what we needed to say and who we needed to be on this new chapter,” Nick explains, admitting it gave them the chance to clear the air and voice any considerations.
And every little thing fell into place after the trio broke out their guitars for an impromptu jam session, revisiting an previous single from 2008.
“We have been enjoying Lovebug on this lovely house advanced,” remembers Joe. “I used to be so completely happy. I appeared on the guys and was like, ‘I am prepared. Let’s do that, for actual.'”
The as-yet-untitled documentary, which chronicles the band’s profession and reunion, is ready to debut on streaming service Amazon later this yr (19), and Joe warns followers will probably be an emotional trip: “I watched the teaser trailer and was crying like a child,” he confesses.
The Jonas Brothers, who formally made their chart comeback in March (19), are additionally getting ready to launch their first album in 10 years, Happiness Begins, in June (19).