Nick Jonas Says New Jonas Brothers Album Is Happening

The Jonas Brothers, yep the original JBs, are ready to start making a new record.

In an interview with MTV News, Nick Jonas shared that he and his two older brothers will begin working on new material next week, and the trio are open to any direction this album may take.

“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.”

It has been three years since the Jonas Brothers as a band put out an album, and the 19-year-old confesses the music scene has changed a lot since their 2009 release, Lines, Vines and Trying Times – and so have the brothers as individuals.

“There has been a lot of growth as individuals and musically as well. We have all gone on our own journeys musically, so it will be interesting to see what comes of that.”

Nick has certainly grown up but are their fans ready for the band to take a new direction? Only time will tell. The band has hinted that the new album could come as early as 2012 teasing including the hash tag #JonasBrothers2012 in tweets. Check out what else he revealed in the interview below.

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