Jonas Brothers Promise New Album By Year's End

'We've lived a lot of life,' Kevin Jonas teases MTV News about what to expect on their first LP in three years.

It's been nearly three years since the Jonas Brothers released an album together. And a lot has happened for the trio, both personally and professionally, since they dropped 2009's Lines, Vines and Trying Times. Now, with all of that life experience under their belts, the guys are ready to hit the recording studio again.

"In the next few weeks, we're going to be going to New York and we're gonna start writing for another project," Joe told MTV News. The NYC trip probably has something to do with visiting little brother Nick, who is currently starring in Broadway's "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." "It's going to be, I think, our best record yet. I'm so excited."

The JoBros have been teasing fans for some time now about getting the band back together, and those plans seem to be coming to fruition. Kevin noted that they have a lot to say this time around.

"We've lived a lot of life. ... Joe and Nick have just released amazing projects and I'm so proud of them for that," Kevin said. "They've had things in their hearts they wanted to put out there [and] now it's going to be great. We're all doing different things, living different parts of life and getting to experience it all together again. It's going to be lots of fun."

As for when fans will get to hear the new album, Kevin promised it will drop "when it's ready." Joe, however, had a more definitive time frame for the highly anticipated release.

"We want to be able to do things this year," he said. "We have plans that nobody really knows about yet, performances that are already lined up and we have music already recorded too ... our [aim] is probably close to the end of the year or next year."

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