Following the cancellation of the trio's highly-anticipated tour, Joe Jonas tells fans to 'hold' while he and his two brothers 'get [their] s**t together.'
Earlier this month, Jonas Brothers shocked their fans when announcing that they canceled their tour. The cancellation news came only two days before the first show was slated to take place in Pennsylvania.
A representative for the trio said that the tour was scrapped due to musical disharmony within the group. "There is a deep rift within the band," the rep explained. "There was a big a disagreement over their music direction."
Last week, the rift appeared to get worse as the band deactivated their official Twitter account. It prompted fans to speculate that brothers Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas and Nick Jonas had finally decided to go separate ways.
However, fans can still hope the threesome will resume their musical career together. On Tuesday, October 22, two members took to their respective Twitter pages to address their axed tour and asked fans to stay with them.
"Please hold while we get our s**t together," Joe wrote. Nick also tweeted, "Bear with us."
Jonas Brothers is currently working on "V", their fifth studio album that is scheduled to arrive later this year. The upcoming record has spawned singles "Pom Poms" and "First Time".
In the past years, the members of the band have also been busy with their personal projects. Dad-to-be Kevin is starring on his and wife Danielle Deleasa's reality TV show, "Married to Jonas". Nick released a solo self-titled album, "Nicholas Jonas", in 2009. Joe later followed with his solo project, "Fastlife", in 2011.