Jonas Brothers Promise 'Anything Goes' On New Album

'We're saying, 'Let's just vibe out, write a million songs and see what we're feeling most,' Nick Jonas tells MTV News.

It's on! The Jonas Brothers promised they'd be hitting the studio very soon, and it seems they are men of their word. This week big bro Kevin tweeted out some footage of Joe and Nick in the studio whipping up some musical ear candy that will surely delight their fans.

While there's no certainty that the teased track will make their next studio release, the song certainly does blend the guys' love for mixing genres, touching on soul, rock and disco.

When Nick dropped by the MTV News offices recently, he said that when this next album drops, all bets are off as to what it will sound like.

"We have spoken about it, and the thing we're doing which is different to any record we've made in the past is we're saying, 'Anything goes, let's just vibe out, listen to a million songs, write a million songs and see what we're feeling most.' Our statement, as a band, for this record has to be really strong. We feel like we want to deliver the best record we can."

Individually, the guys have been busy churning out albums, but there hasn't been a proper JB album since 2009, when they dropped Lines, Vines and Trying Times. The guys are well aware that the music scene is vastly different three years later.

"We pay attention to it, definitely," Nick said. "That's part of your job as an artist, too, is to be aware of what other people are doing.

... We pay attention and have been paying attention just to see where we want to fall. But first we just want to write great songs, and as far as how it sounds, that'll come second."

There has yet to be a release date for the album, but the Jonas Brothers have teased that it may drop before the end of the year. The hashtag #JonasBrothers2012 attached to the studio video may be the best hint so far.

"We don't know how long it's going to take us to write this record,"

Nick warned. "It may take a couple weeks, it may take months, it could take years, but we're ready to go on that journey. It's been a while and there has been a lot of growth as individuals and musically as well. We've all gone on our journeys musically. It'll be interesting to see what comes of that."

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