The five songs taken from the trio's scrapped 'V' album and the 10-song live EP are released on their fanclub website.
Before breaking up, Jonas Brothers were preparing their fifth studio album, "V". When announcing their disbandment last month, Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas and Nick Jonas revealed that the record had been scrapped but they would be releasing some new songs from it.
The famous siblings have now unveiled five songs and a 10-song EP on their fanclub website. The tracks, which are mostly about love and loss, include "Found", "What Do I Mean to You", "Neon", and "The World".
The brothers also released "Wedding Bells", a song which Nick has confirmed is about his ex-girlfriend Miley Cyrus. When the song emerged last year, Miley was engaged to her now-former fiance Liam Hemsworth.
Jonas Brothers hinted at the possibility of breaking up after canceling their fall tour in September due to "deep rift within the band." They then deleted the band's official Twitter account before making an official announcement that they'd decided to part ways.
"To just name a few, for us, as a band it was the music, for us, we kind of held on to it for so long. At one point, a year later, we still kind of felt like it was starting to get stale to us," Joe explained when he and his two brothers visited "Good Morning America" late last month.
"There was just individual things that we were just butting heads about whether it was the way to [set up] a music video to even just whatever, even just personal opportunities," he added. "At some point we decided it was best to finish this and support each other in our ventures along the way."
"What Do I Mean to You":