The Jonas Brothers recently fueled reunion rumors after Kevin Jonas shared a black and white photo of himself with his two brothers, Joe and Nick.
In the snap, the siblings appeared to be talking to each other about a future collaboration. Kevin, Nick, and Joe were not at a recording studio at that time. Their fans, however, are convinced that the trio will reunite sometime this year.
A post shared by Kevin Jonas (@kevinjonas) on Jan 26, 2018 at 3:54pm PST
This is not the first time that the Jonas Brothers teased their supporters about a possible reunion. Earlier this month, musician Ryan Liestman posed with the trio and joked about having a family reunion with his bandmates.
Jonas Brothers' Unexpected Breakup
The Jonas Brothers band was formed in 2005, and the group gained popularity after Kevin, Nick, and Joe appeared on the Disney Channel. Eight years later, the Jonas Brothers split.
The unexpected break up came before the release of the group's album and the start of their world tour. In 2015, Kevin clarified that he and his siblings are on good terms.
"I think that's why we're close now, because we're not in the band. We chose to be a family, not a band. At the end there, the friction was too much. We just really needed to break away and kind of do our own things for some time," said Kevin.
Following their split, Nick released two albums. In 2014, he dropped his self-titled project. Some of the songs featured in Nick Jonas include "Jealous," "Chains," "Levels" and "Teacher." In 2016, he released Last Year Was Complicated, which featured the songs "Good Girls," "Chainsaw," "Don't Make Me Choose," "Touch," "Under You," and more.
Joe, on the other hand, is now a member of the band DNCE. The group released their first album in 2016, which featured the songs "Cake by the Ocean," "Body Moves," "Doctor You," "Toothbrush," and more.
How Jonas Brothers Was Formed
Two years ago, the dad of two explained how he and his brothers decided to start a band.
"We never really had an idea of making music together, but years later when Nick was working on his debut album, Nick Jonas, Kevin and I genuinely wanted to write with him. So we wrote a song together in the living room called "Please Be Mine," which we thought would just be for Nick. But when our dad heard us, he said we should play it for David Massey," said Joe.
Massey immediately signed the trio when Nick was only 12, Joe was 15 and Kevin was 17.