Jonas Brothers are going to ''reinvent'' themselves on the follow up to their 2009 album 'Lines, Vines and Trying Times'.
Jonas Brothers are going to "reinvent" themselves on their new album.
The 'Fly with Me' boy band are presently working on the follow up to their 2009 record 'Lines, Vines and Trying Times' and said they hope to grow musically and present a "fresh" new sound this year.
Singer and guitarist Kevin Jonas said: "We're just making the music that we love. And, of course, being an artist there's always time to try and reinvent yourself and make what you have fresh, and I think that's a goal for every artist out there."
His brother Nick - who also plays guitar and sings - added: "As far as the next Jonas Brothers album, I think we're working right now on what that's going to sound like.
"Just you know, taking our time and really trying to make something great, no matter how long it takes. Hopefully, 2011 is the timeline."
The third Jonas brother and other member of the US group, Joe, is planning to release a solo record before any new album with the band.