The Jonas Brothers, originally established in 2005 when siblings Nick, Kevin and Joe were teenagers, broke up in 2013 but reunited recently with their hit 2019 comeback album "Happiness Begins".
The album released was accompanied by an Amazon documentary ,"Chasing Happiness", which gave a look into the brothers reconciliation about their rocky experience with fame.
While filming their upcoming Amazon documentary, they realized that they wanted to play music together again despite them not originally planning to reunite the band.
In between their breakup, Joe focused on his funky pop project DNCE, while Nick concentrated more on acting and his solo career. Kevin was dedicated to raising his two daughters.
Nick Jonas acted as a host and a musical guest on Saturday Night live with his elder brother Kevin present in the audience.
As Nick performed his monologue in Saturday's episode, Kevin asked whether the Jonas Brothers - which also consists of their sibling Joe - still exists due to the 'Spaceman' singer's various solo projects.
He said: "I’ve got to ask, are we good? Because I see you’re doing a lot of solo stuff. Are we still a band?"
Nick replied: "Of course."
His brother followed up with: "Are you sure? Because I just bought a house."
Nick answered: "The band is still together. I promise."
Nick, the same brother who broke up the band, would eventually be the one to bring it back together, "I felt like there was a magic missing in those things that I was doing on my own that I wanted to feel again with the brother," he told Michel Martin in an interview.