Joe Jonas Just Revealed A Jonas Brothers Reunion Could 'Easily Happen'
If there's anything else in the world that ages as fine as wine, it's the Jonas brothers.
After their split in 2013, each of the brothers -- Kevin, Joe and Nick -- chose to focus on their individual careers and foster their relationship as brothers before bandmates.
Since then, Nick, 23, has established himself as a solo artist with hits like "Levels" and "Jealous," while older brother Kevin, 28, continues to explore more business-centric opportunities, including his food app, Yood!.
Joe Jonas, 26, recently reemerged on the music scene, as the lead vocalist of his new band, DNCE, which debuted in September with "Cake By The Ocean" and its subsequent EP, SWAAY.
This week, Joe interviewed with PrideSource, where he teased fans with a Jonas Brothers reunion that could "easily happen," among other casual topics like hitting the gay club scene with brother Nick.
When asked if he'll ever collaborate musically with his brothers again, Joe says,
I would say so. Nick and I have a few ideas to work with other artists who we really like. There are a couple of artists out there that we think are really incredible that we'd like to work together with.
Back in 2013, the brothers' split came as a result of conflicting visions for the band and limitations each of the brothers felt as individual musicians.
Despite past differences, Joe says there's always potential for "time itself" to bring the brothers back together on stage. He continues,
And then, there's always down the road. We don't really ever wanna say never to anything just because there could be something that comes along our way that we might say, 'You know, let's try working on this song together.' It's tough to say that we'll never do it because who knows.
Jonas closes out the interview, leaving fans on the edge of their seats, saying,
And who knows -- years from now we could be like, 'All right, let's make a record.' It could easily happen.
Better get those vocal chords ready to jam out to some old-school Jonas tracks, like forever-banger "Burnin' Up."