Jonas Brothers Unveil New Songs: Listen Here!

Posted Wednesday November 27, 2013 12:45 PM GMT

Millions of fans all over the world are still bummed that the Jonas Brothers decided to call it quits, but today (November 27) they have five new reasons to be thankful.

Nick, Joe, and Kevin released five tracks from the album they were working on when they split up, and there’s definitely a less-edgy vibe to them all.

“Found,” “What Do I Mean to You,” “Neon,” “Wedding Bells,” and “The World” all give listeners a hint at the direction they were going when the JoBros decided to jump ship.

Earlier this month, Team Jonas posted a letter to their fans explaining a bit about the split and promising the new songs.

The letter reads, "To Our Dear Friends and Fans Around the World, it is with heavy hearts that we confirm that our time as the Jonas Brothers is over. This decision has not come lightly, and we know that many of you will be disappointed. The time has come for us to move forward on individual career paths. We have been a band of brothers for 10 years and are now choosing simply to be brothers. Going forward, you can expect exciting things from each of us, and we will of course continue to support each other in all things."

"We would like to say THANK YOU to everyone who has supported and inspired us through the years, and stood by us in this difficult decision. We feel and appreciate your love. Because you waited so long for new music, we want to honor our Team Jonas fan club members by giving you our final album."

"This digital-only album contains four new studio recordings that would have appeared on our V album (which will now go unreleased). In addition, we're including 10 live tracks that we feel capture the energy and excitement of this past summer's tour. Details regarding delivery of this digital album to Team Jonas members will be issued shortly. We hope you enjoy this album as much as we've enjoyed performing for you over the last 10 years. It has been an amazing experience."














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