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Nick Jonas Was Afraid That His Siblings Would Never Speak To Him Again

News by Krijana Duwal Published on 31 May,2019

The Jonas Brothers Are Speaking Up More About What Had Led To Their Breakup Back In 2013.

In the new album Happiness dropping in early June, the Jonas Brothers have openly started talking about their separation.

Appearing on an upcoming episode of CBS Sunday Morning, the Jonas Brothers, Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Nick Jonas, opened up about the effect their 2013 separation had on their relationship as siblings and as well as bandmates.

Twenty-nine years old Joe told Tracy Smith that he had checked out in his mind that--- that was it. He explained that there is going to be no more brothers ever.

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Speaking up, Nick feared that his siblings would never speak to him again. He was admitted to be responsible for breaking up the band.

While speaking up the reason behind the separation, Nick claimed that there was no any simple explanation. He contended that calling it a creative difference is almost too simple. He added:

And I think a lot of people lost the appetite for what we were putting into the world. So, you know, we were putting up shows that weren’t selling. We were making music that I don’t think we were all super proud of, and it wasn’t connected.

Nick recalled the moment and explained that he had a very tough conversation with his siblings. During that time, he felt that the Jonas Brothers should be no more and they should go on individual journeys which did not turn out to be fruitful.

While Kevin and Nick went through their share of difficulties, Joe believed that all those difficulties have been worth it. Nick thinks that people might say it’s destiny or whatever it may be; he thinks the time around they are going to do it right.

In the new documentary Chasing Happiness that will premiere on 4th June on Amazon Prime video, the brothers sat down to reveal about the moment they called it quits.

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