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Jonas Brothers release obscure Twitter statement

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While it doesn't say much, both Nick and Joe posted on Twitter today asking fans to "bear with us," and in the candid words of Joe: "Please hold while we get our s*** together."

A few days ago you might remember some news about the most recent Jonas Brothers tour getting cancelled due to "creative differences," made even more complicated by Joe's statement to the press hours after the official Twitter account was closed about how he would like to get into acting.

Well, it seems like the boys aren't done after all, at least that's the way it looks.

No official statements have been released from the band, or the band's representatives regarding when, if at all, the tour dates will be reorganized, but the fact that we're getting something from them, is a huge step in the right direction.

For now, we know that there are some internal conflicts, and that the tour remains cancelled for the moment, but a few words on Twitter gives fans a reason to breathe just a little easier through this time, as we can rest assured that at least they're trying to pick up the pieces.

Stay subscribed for all the latest and greatest in alternative rock news, features, and reviews, and as always, get yourself out there and support your local venues, NJ, and if the Jonas Brothers are your bag, demand that they get themselves out here as well.

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