Jonas Brothers, Final Songs, Cover Art


Ah, the end of an era.

Nearly a month after the Jonas Brothers confirmed the band had broken up, siblings Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas and Nick Jonas unveiled five new songs as a digital download to their Team Jonas fan club members on Tuesday, Nov. 26. They also released 10 live tracks from their Summer 2013 tour as well.

The new tunes, "Found," "What Do I Mean to You," "Neon," "Wedding Bells" and "The World," were supposed to appear on the Jonas Brothers' fifth album, V, which now, of course, will no longer see the light of day.

"I think it was time, and for us it took some time getting there, but we feel like it's time that the Jonas Brothers come to an end," said Kevin when he, Joe and Nick talked about the split on Good Morning America recently.

The trio—known for hits like "SOS," "Burnin' Up" and "Lovebug"—canceled their 19-city fall tour on Oct. 9, just days before it was scheduled to begin. "There is a deep rift within the band," the group's rep explained at the time. "There was a big disagreement over their music direction."

Check out their five final songs below and let us know what you think!

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