Nick Jonas has regrets about his years with the Jonas Brothers. He started the chart-topping band with his older brothers, Kevin and Joe, in 2005. They split in 2013, which Nick says culminated in him going to therapy.
Us reports that as part of a Tidal documentary covering his album, Last Year Was Complicated, which comes out June 10.
The 23-year-old said there were family issues that needed work.
“There were probably some family issues that needed to be sorted out,” Nick said of making music with his brothers. “At some point, I need to be able to look at it with a positive angle.”
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Nick Jonas says it wasn’t the best decision to be part of the band.
“It does suck that my 13-to 20-year-old years come with a lot of regret, almost, in a way,” he added.
Kevin Jonas talked to HuffPost Live soon after the Jonas Brothers parted ways.
“We were really lucky. Being a band that was able to tour, travel the world and make music that we love, and then be received well I think was great,” Kevin said. “At the end the friction was too much. We just really needed to break away and kind of do our own things for some time.”
All three brothers embarked on new life journeys after disbanding. Nick is a successful solo artist, Joe is the lead singer of his new band, DNCE, and Kevin is a real estate contractor in New Jersey.