When the Jonas Brothers split in 2013, the fans had many questions. First of all, who was responsible for the sudden breakup and were things okay between Joe, Kevin and Nick Jonas? Now that the Jonas Brothers are back together, there are finally some answers – and it turns out that after their breakup there was a little heartache.
The split of the Jonas Brothers in 2013 was due to a "deep rift within the band".
Kevin, Nick and Joe Jonas shared the news of their split on Good Morning America which canceled their tour as "a deep divide in the band" because of their agents' later appearance. The representatives also noted that "their music style was very inconsistent".
It did not work For JoBros, that does not sound great, because Nick was in the morning show: "We're the family first … I came to the table with the boys … and shared my heart with them and my feelings. I said, "I have the feeling that we have had complications for a long time within the group [and] without addressing them, and I think this train will fall off the tracks."
The breakup was rude
While they were not executing at the time, what exactly was entered into
the "deep ditch" was supposed to make things wobbly between the two
Brothers. Well, all those years later, while they talk about their reunification, they have
also a look at how bad things were.
In an interview with Elvis Duran from Z100, the Jonas brothers finally got into the mood after their breakup.
Nick explained, "In the end, it was not good," adding, "It
I spent a few years rebuilding our family, and it seemed in our heads
This is never possible for us again.
The brothers finally reached a turning point.
As they began to improve their relationship, they began to focus on working with music again when they began to make a documentary about their lives about a year ago.
The time together was somewhat therapeutic, and Nick said, "We spent a lot of time with movies again, and then we realized there was a charm we missed there. I kind of started talking about doing this again, and after a few more conversations, they came back … "
He added," Fortunately, a good healing happened during the filming of this documentary. Well, almost a year later, as a family
The documentary was part of the healing process
Interestingly, their time together helped in the healing process. Joe commented, "We had to work through and understand what we went through when we were so young." He added that they had finally come to this realization: "We said, 'We're done, let's just try our friendship rebuild and our relationship as brothers – it happened just in his own time. "
Kevin called the documentary a kind of therapy,
"[It] was great because we had to have real conversations and not want to hold
back. So it worked well for us. "