The "Cake By the Ocean" singer has opened up about his feelings following brother Nick Jonas' decision to shut down the trio so he could focus on solo endeavors in the group's upcoming memoir, "Blood", and he reveals he didn't see it coming.
"I walked into that meeting like a tourist going to the beach," he writes in the book. "I kicked back on the couch, said, 'What's going on?' and put my feet up. I didn't see the tsunami coming."
"The tsunami was inside me, building up as Nick spoke. I still remember the exact words he said, which were a bit different than what Kevin recalled but hit me a lot harder: 'My heart is no longer in this.' "
"It was, like, something our dad would say. Very pastor-like. Something an old-fashioned gentleman might say to his partner when getting divorced. It felt formal, serious... and permanent."
The husband of Sophie Turner goes on recounting, "Kevin was going on about a breakup tour. 'We can figure this out,' he was saying." He adds, "'We'll just say, 'This is it. We're breaking up. And we're going to do this farewell tour.' How could he be cool with this so quickly? It was all over, and he was trying to market it. This was not okay. I opened my mouth to speak, and the words burst out."
The Jonas Brothers reunited in 2018.
"Blood" is set to hit book stores in November.