At Spotify’s Stream On event, Nick Jonas teased E! News, “We’re taking the origins of what our sound is, but also going back to our beginnings and pulling from those ’70s influences we grew up listening to.
“A lot of things clearly transpired in the last couple of years, so we never got the time to really connect, remain in one room, and work on new songs,” Joe Jonas chimed in. We are overjoyed to have been able to do that and get the result we did.
On The Album, the siblings make references to music from the 1970s, such as the Bee Gees, Boston, and Stevie Wonder.Kevin Jonas also hinted at the Brothers’ intention to tour in support of the new album later this year. The tour hasn’t been announced, but it will be in the very near future, he stated. “We’ll be playing a lot of concerts prior to the record release as well. There will be many fascinating developments in the upcoming years.
Joe, Kevin, and Nick will also take over the Marquis Theater in New York City for a five-night residency on Broadway before The Album is released on May 12. Beginning next Tuesday (March 14), they will feature a different record each night before debuting their latest live album. These albums range from 2007’s Jonas Brothers to 2019’s Happiness Starts.