On Nov. 1 the Jonas Brothers took to the band's official Facebook page and made a statement about how they are confirming their time as a group is over. The members (Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, Nick Jonas) also revealed that their fifth studio album, "V" will not be released. Instead of the full length studio album they will release a final album that features 10 live songs, and four studio recordings that were going to be on "V".
Only members of the Team Jonas fan club will be able to get the album, and it will only be released in digital form. Talking about the live album the band wrote, "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."
Rumbles of the Jonas Brothers breaking up began when they cancelled their fall 2013 North American tour. Three weeks after they cancelled the tour, the band announced that they were in fact splitting up. About the break-up the band members wrote, "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."
Are you disappointed the Jonas Brothers will not release "V"? Let us know your thoughts about their break-up by leaving a comment below or on our Facebook page.