Oh boy. Nick Jonas threw a bit of shade at his brothers, Joe and Kevin, in a portion of his new Tidal documentary about the making of his second album, ‘Last Year Was Complicated.’ He said he regrets spending his teen years as a member of the Jonas Brothers.
Following the 2013 breakup of the Jonas Brothers, Nick Jonas, 23, went to therapy, and he opened up about it in the first installment of his new Tidal documentary. Apparently, he and his brothers — Joe and Kevin — had a lot of “family issues” he had to work through. Even today, Nick has a hard time looking back at his teen years in the band and thinking it was a positive experience.
“There were probably some family issues that needed to be sorted out,” Nick said about making music with his brothers. “At some point, I need to be able to look at it with a positive angle.”
In therapy, Nick actually realized he shouldn’t have worked with his siblings at such a young age.
“It does suck that my 13-to 20-year-old years come with a lot of regret, almost, in a way,” he added.
Since the band broke up, Nick has gone on to become a successful solo artist. His second solo album, Last Year Was Complicated, will be released on June 10, 2016.
Check out TIDAL to watch Nick’s documentary, as more of it unfolds! You can also pre-order Last Year Was Complicated by clicking HERE.
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