The Jonas Brothers Have a Raw Documentary on the Way

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The Jonas Brothers are back together. But that wasn’t always the case.

The trio decided to put their band on hold (or break-up entirely, depending on who you ask) in 2013, citing creative differences that had supposedly caused a deep rift.

Earlier this year, the band decided to resolve those differences and formally reconcile. The result has been two new songs and a forthcoming album, Happiness Begins.

Part of their comeback is also an intimate and revealing documentary entitled Chasing Happiness.

“There were moments when I thought they’d never speak to me again,” Nick can be seen saying in the trailer for the piece as he speaks about the group’s break-up. “Once we got past the emotional sting of it, we actually had a better relationship.”

“What hurt the most was it came from Nick. He is my best friend… I’d rather we be brothers and not have our band dictate our relationship,” said Joe.

Chasing Happiness will premiere on Amazon on 4 June — just three days before the Jonas Brothers’ album drops.