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Friday, November 22, 2019

Jonas Brothers have had their ‘greatest year yet’

The siblings trio, which includes Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas, reflected on their great comeback, which had been announced this year in February. The brothers admitted that mending their fractured relationships had been ‘really tough’ in order to get back together and working on new music. The band had split six years ago in October 2013 because of a ‘deep rift’.

The band was nominated for a Grammy Award for ‘Sucker’, their comeback single, in the category of Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. This is the first nod that the group has received from the Academy since they were nominated for Best New Artist in 2009. After the nomination was announced, an Instagram post was published by the group in which they highlighted that they had gotten together in January 2018 in Mammoth where they had some very honest conversations.

They disclosed that initially they had not planned on doing any new music and were thinking of doing a Vegas residency. Then, they decided to do a documentary to share the story of their past. The post said that it was a tough road for them and required a lot of healing and time for them to be comfortable with one another again. After all, it was a family matter as well, but they got through it and this enabled them to have their ‘greatest year yet’.

Now, the trio is quite happy, not just professionally, but personally as well. They added that they were proud of getting back on stage and making music they loved. They expressed their happiness at doing so as friends, artists as well as brothers. The brothers stated that they were very happy with the nomination, considering the fact that they hadn’t released any music even a year ago. The group also thanked their fans for supporting them and believing in them. They also went on to express their appreciation for their team in helping them make a comeback and also the Recording Academy for honoring their work.

The Instagram post also boasted a slideshow of the group’s highlights. 

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