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The Jonas Brothers open up about their return to the studio, say it's like "starting over"

Now that Nick Jonas has finished his stint on Broadway, the Jonas brothers have returned to the studio to make more music together.

The group left their label, Hollywood Records, a few months ago and are now beginning a new chapter in their collective career, and Joe Jonas spoke to MTV News about working on brand new material on their own terms:

"It's an exciting chapter for us. It's almost as if starting over. For us, we've been in this position once before, years ago, and then great things happened really fast for us."

"So now, as we're all adults and it's been like two years since we worked together — we've all done individual projects, solo projects, movie projects — now it's kind of like, 'We're here together. Let's create.'"

The hitmaker and 'Camp Rock' star also admitted that the Jonas Brothers have always had a strong fan base and explained that he's so proud to know they have supported them consistently throughout their different individual projects:

"It's really exciting. So, we've been in the studio in Nick's apartment for two months now, and we finally found [it] 'cause we've been trying different sounds and different things. And it's great because we can do whatever we want. There's nobody else in there."




"We can kind of do our own thing, and it's really exciting to see the fans that have been around for so many years still excited and also the fans that we've been able to bring, the new fans. There's all these different inspirations for us."

Watch a recent interview with Nick Jonas below: