The Jonas Brothers - siblings Nick, Joe and Kevin - have opened up about their reunion, insisting that their comeback was a "collective decision".
The band, who took a two-and-a-half-year hiatus, explained that it's like they never left the music industry.
Speaking to MTV, Joe Jonas said: "It feels really nice. It's kind of like we never left. We spend a lot of time together, even when we're not doing music, but finally making music together is great and we are very happy that people are actually showing up to concerts and listening to the music yet again."
Meanwhile, Nick Jonas, the youngest member of the band, revealed that the trio made a mutual decision to get back together: "I think it was a collective decision. We came to a place where we had sort of done our individual projects, and it felt like we were in a place where we were ready to create again and come back with some different inspirations.
"And we knew it was important to make this different from our previous releases and step outside of our comfort zone and really make this our best record yet. We worked hard and we took our time with it too. And we're very proud of the result and excited for fans to hear the rest of the record besides [single] Pom Poms."