Jonas Brothers making album progress
The Jonas Brothers are getting into a "rhythm" with their new album.
Joe Jonas revealed he has been recording new material with his siblings over the past few months. He promised fans that the Jonas Brothers will be releasing the new record as soon as they can and revealed the group are gelling well in the recording studio.
"We've been working on music for about three, four months now and got into a place now where it's just a rhythm, and we're creating the music, and it's really coming together really well," Joe told MTV News. "I would say fall hopefully you'll hear some stuff."
Their next album release will be the first time the trio have released new material since their 2009 album Lines, Vines and Trying Times. Joe assured eagerly awaiting fans that the brothers are just as excited about the anticipated release as they are. While Joe has been busy with his role on talent show The Next, Kevin has been working on his new reality TV series Married to Jonas, while youngest brother Nick is in talks for an American Idol judging role.
"I think probably this year," Joe replied when asked about a release date for the album. "I wish it could be released tomorrow. Obviously, there's just so many other things you have to think about."
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