Your "S.O.S." signals have been heard: The Jonas Brothers have completed their next album. One week before they hit the road for their Latin and South American tour, big brother Kevin has confirmed that new music is on the horizon.
"The new album is finally done, and we are so excited. We wanted to take a little extra time on it to make sure it was right, and we've been working for almost a year now on it and it's time and now we're back on the road," he told Celebuzz about the release. "We're just really looking forward to seeing the fans again. The fans down there are so passionate and so exciting, and I can't wait to share that with [my wife] Danielle."
It's been nearly four years since the brothers released a studio album, 2009's Lines, Vines and Trying Times, and the guys have certainly grown a lot since then. None of the fellas are teenagers anymore, they've had some solo releases and Kevin got married to longtime love Danielle. And yes, fans should expect a song or two about her on the album.
"I'm in a completely different place than I was when we wrote our last album three years ago," he said. "I've been married now for three years. I've been through a lot, so much good. And I've learned so much about Danielle and myself. ... I've really grown as a person too. I was very excited to put that into music. Everything I write, there's a piece of Danielle in each part of it. Each one of the guys as well puts their own personal stamp on it."
No release date has been confirmed, but the trio played some new music for fans during several gigs last fall. One of those new tracks is the buzzy "Wedding Bells," which many fans have speculated is about Nick's ex, Miley Cyrus.
"The vibe right now that we're trying to create, we've kind of had a really memorable career we're really thankful for up until this time, [and now we're] hoping to create an experience for our fans that is really personal and shows a little bit deeper look into what our lives have been like, as far as lyrics," Nick told MTV News last October. "But musically, we're trying to push ourselves and continue to grow and get better.
"We're talking about some really real subjects and things that are meaningful to us both in the present time, in the past, and it's just now out there for people to hear," he added, noting that the guys wrote and produced much of the record on their own. "That's the great thing about being an artist, is you can create and then share later."
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