Jonas Brothers Talk Tour, New Album, Breakups And More

'It's flattering,' Joe Jonas tells Seventeen of Taylor Swift's 'Forever and Always' being penned about him.

Joe Jonas may have moved on from Taylor Swift with starlet Camilla Belle, but he'll always have Swift's song "Forever and Always" to remind him of their time together.

The break-up song doesn't bother the 19-year-old one bit. "It's flattering," Joe tells Seventeen magazine in the June issue. "It's always nice to hear their side of the story."

The [artist id="2088128"]Jonas Brothers[/artist], all currently taken, also dish about what they look for in potential girlfriends. And, ladies, looks can only take you so far. "It's more about her personality than the way that she dresses," Nick said. "It's about who she is as a person and if she feels comfortable in her own skin. But you think that everyone has their own journey to maturity."

Nick, who reveals that when the guys hit the road later this summer, he'll be bunking with Joe, added that he and the middle brother find it very easy to confide in one another. "Joe and I are very close on tour — because we share a room together, we talk a lot," he explained. "It's a weird thing going from the crowds who you play for to an empty hotel room by yourself. It's the switching of worlds that can really make you not have a good headspace."

The brothers new TV show,"JONAS," premieres in May, and Joe says he hopes to act even more in the future. "I guess, personally, I would love to do more acting — maybe movies, that would be really cool," he said. "I think Johnny Depp's work is really great — he always incorporates music into what he does. And maybe write a book one day, because I love to read. 'The Alchemist' is my favorite book of all time."

The guys plan to release their next album, Lines, Vines and Trying Times — which includes the single "Paranoid" — in June. As for any other new music from the guys, we'll, you'll have to hear it from one of the other bands they work with.

"We're actually focusing on other bands. We've got a bunch of different artists that we're starting to work with," Kevin said. "There's one band called Honor Society — we're working on their album right now. We're producing it and they're coming out with an album signed to our label. It hasn't really been fully disclosed yet, but it's really exciting."