Exclusive: The Jonas Brothers Take Us Track-by-Track Behind a Meanings of a Music From Their Second Album – J

August 8, 2017 - Jonas Brothers

In respect of a 10-year anniversary of a Jonas Brothers’ dermatitis self-titled manuscript (their initial with Hollywood Records), we’re celebrating with a week full of JoBros facilities for a readers. This disdainful speak creatively ran in a entirety in a 2007 emanate of Life Story.

Although they have comfortable things to contend about their knowledge with Columbia Records on their initial CD, a Jonas Brothers acknowledge that they feel many some-more during home during Hollywood Records, where they have expelled their self-titled follow-up. As Kevin explains it, a whole routine itself was opposite between discs one and two.

“The initial record took us, like, a year and a half to make,” Kevin says. “The second one took 21 days, including weekends. It was one of a best experiences. We were there recording and were concerned from a initial kick of a drum and a initial time something was put on tape, right by to a end. From start to finish it was an overwhelming experience.”

Kevin and his brothers Joe and Nick simulate on The Jonas Brothers, going by a front with J-14 track-by-track.


Nick Jonas: A strain that we wrote out of some personal experiences; things that we went by that were kind of tough, yet all worked out. It was unequivocally cold that we was means to write a song, came behind from what happened and it was finished unequivocally quickly. we always write improved songs when we have a clever impulse for them, and for this strain we unequivocally had a clever inspiration.

Kevin Jonas: My favorite strain on a record. Nicholas wrote this one by himself. He had left by a bad night and had a tough time, and he finished adult putting it into this song. It’s unequivocally dancey, has a fun kick to it and it’s a good time.

Joe Jonas: We adore dance strain and we were blissful we could put it into a song. It’s a strain about kind of being dissed by a lady — contend she doesn’t uncover adult for cooking or doesn’t call we — and it hurts some-more than she knows. Sounds heavy, yet it’s upbeat.

“Hold On”

NJ: That was one of a initial songs that we wrote for a new record. It’s only a unequivocally good song, people unequivocally like it and it’s a good locus stone strain that people go crazy for when they hear it.

KJ: This was a initial singular off a record, and we consider it was a initial strain that unequivocally prisoner a transition from a initial manuscript to this one. First there was “Kids Of The Future” — that was a unequivocally evolutionary strain — yet this was a strain that we wrote, and people listened what we wanted to say.

JJ: You could be in any situation, yet you’re holding on given we don’t wish to give adult on love. Say you’re in a terrible situation, we can always find a light if we demeanour tough enough.

“Goodnight and Goodbye”

KJ: An extraordinary song. It’s a break-up strain that we unequivocally wanted to put out there. Actually, Nick pronounced it best when he pronounced when he wants to mangle adult a girl, he only wants to say, “Peace. I’m out of here.” So a strain captures that impulse when you’re finished with a crazy relationship.

JJ: An awesome, fun song. Definitely a many low-pitched strain we have on a manuscript with a lot going on. We wrote it so quick and had a good time. It was a crazy knowledge in a studio essay it given there was a lot of pitter-patter and guitaring.

NJ: we consider that’s a good song. It’s something that everybody goes by that when they’re going by a dissection and you’re only observant goodbye and removing prepared to pierce on.

“That’s Just The Way We Roll”

NJ: Just a cold strain about unresolved out with your friends and carrying a good time. It’s flattering many a thesis strain to a life. we consider everybody has some times when they need to go a small crazy, and that’s what this one’s about.

KJ: A unequivocally fun, effusive and uncanny strain with bizarre lyrics. we mean, “There’s a whale in a pool with my mother?” We were, like, “What is that?” Definitely a summertime, going crazy song.

JJ: Another kind of “Year 3000”-ish strain that we wrote. Everyone has dreams and things like that, and it’s only funny. This strain authorised us to only go crazy.

“Hello Beautiful”

NJ: A strain that we wrote while we were on a road. It’s also from personal experiences, and we consider we incited it into a unequivocally good song.

KJ: When we wrote this, we knew that it would stay acoustic. It only needs to be that way, and a girls unequivocally seem to like it.

JJ: Similar to “Please Be Mine.” It’s an acoustic strain and it’s one where we played it live, simply. We wrote it on debate and it’s about blank a lady while you’re on debate and all we wish is to get on a craft and fly to her.

“Still In Love With You”

JJ: This one’s about a breakup, yet we still have feelings for that person. Even when they competence have changed on, you’re still stranded in that conditions remembering when all was fun.

KJ: This is an extraordinary song. While we were recording another song, we started to write this one. We found a niche and unequivocally went to another place with this song. We wanted to speak about how this lady left and she wants to be left from you’re life, yet you’re still in adore with her, we can’t get over her and we wish her behind unequivocally back. We’ve all felt that approach before and we wanted to write a strain about it.

NJ: One of my favorite songs that we’ve recorded. It’s quite about when we mangle adult with someone, we find that you’re still in adore with that chairman and wish to get behind together with them.


NJ: Kind of a humorous strain we wanted to write, as a title, says, about Australia. Originally a father said, “You’re going to have to rewrite that to make it some-more neutral,” yet a AR man was more, like, “I adore that whole Australia thing. we wish to keep that,” that was excellent with us given we suspicion it was flattering awesome.

JJ: We adore Australian accents — generally me, and if a lady has an accent (doesn’t matter that kind), I’m substantially in adore with her.

KJ: We wanted to write something problematic and funny, and this strain unequivocally found a approach into a hearts and we unequivocally adore it. We all adore accents and we always wanted to go to Australia, so it’s a humorous strain and a kick is amazing. It has a ripping guitar solo.


NJ: This was indeed a strain that we wrote with 3 rope members, and it’s a unequivocally good one. In a studio we were recording it and that whole Reggae-ish form Police-feel was in there. The strain was unequivocally desirous by [the band] a Police. We wanted to make that strain a small opposite from a rest of a record. We were listening to a few Police songs and we said, “Let’s do it like that.” So we available it and combined that whole Reggae vibe to it.

KJ: We wrote this on a initial debate with Jesse McCartney, like dual and a half years ago. We wrote it with a rope and it’s a unequivocally overwhelming song. We had a unequivocally good time doing it.

JJ: A unequivocally fun strain to record with a lot of reggae feel put into it.

“When You Look At Me In The Eyes”

NJ: That was created a prolonged time ago, creatively for my solo record. But given that didn’t happen, we reworked it so that it would improved fit with a sound. A unequivocally good strain and people seem to adore it.

KJ: This is one of a songs we wrote unequivocally early on. We were operative with John Fields and he’s famous for large rocked-out energy ballads, and it worked out so good that we knew we had to have it on a manuscript no matter what.

JJ: It’s a strain about what happens when a lady looks we in a eyes and we only know that all is going to be okay. It’s an extraordinary feeling.


NJ: Just a really, unequivocally good song. we consider that everybody once in a while has those prolonged stretch relationships, and that’s unequivocally what this strain is about: earnest to do anything to work it all out.

KJ: An enterprising adore strain and it says that even yet I’m distant divided from you, we should know we unequivocally caring about we and we wish we to be here with me.

JJ: One of a many rocking songs on a record, and it’s a strain about being thousands of mile divided from that person, whoever it might be, and there’s zero that can mangle them. It’s a adore conquers stretch kind of thing.

“Just Friends”

NJ: we know that I’ve pronounced this many times, yet this is one of my favorite songs as well. It’s a unequivocally good strain about that organisation of friends where there’s a man and a lady who are only good friends, yet one of them is indeed madly in adore with a crony yet can never acknowledge it, given it would be awkward. But they always dream of carrying that life in a destiny where they’re together and in love. It’s a flattering cold strain and we consider people unequivocally bond with it, given everybody has had that kind of chairman in their lives.

KJ: We wrote this strain about flourishing up, meaningful that you’re in adore with someone yet also realizing that you’ll never be in a relationship, yet afterwards one day it happens and we know it was meant to be.

JJ: You’re carrying a tip adore for a crony and we act like everything’s cool, even yet it isn’t.


KJ: Truthfully, this strain was desirous by a fact that we were going to a new tag and it was a commencement of a new section in a Jonas Brothers’ life.

NJ: This was a strain that we wrote after “Year 3000” started to do good everywhere. We had finally found somewhere we go here during Hollywood Records, that is a flattering cold thing.

JJ: We wrote it about a new label, and it was about a new situation, transitioning from Columbia Records over to Hollywood Records.

“Kids Of The Future”

NJ: A strain that was creatively finished by Kim Wildes as “Kids Of America.” We remade it for a Meet The Robinsons soundtrack CD. We reworked it to “Kids Of The Future” to some-more fit in with a movie, and it was only this unequivocally cool, fun song. We open adult a uncover with it now and people unequivocally adore it.

JJ: It unequivocally creates us happy that one day you’ll be means to go by a Disney library and find that strain there.

KJ: Definitely a outrageous step for us. We desired it and we felt that a video for a strain looked overwhelming and it done people unequivocally bond with us.

We’ll be posting disdainful JoBros posters, articles, and some-more for Jonas Brothers Week over on a J-14+ Facebook group. Join for a protected space to obsess over celebs a same approach we did when we were 14.


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