Joe Jonas says debut solo album more ‘mature’ than JoBros music

Washington: Joe Jonas has said that the songs of his solo album are more “mature” than those he has made with his brothers.

The Jonas Brothers star - who will release his debut solo LP ‘Fast Life’ on September 5 - says that the material for the record is penned after his own ‘growing up’ experiences.

“It’s a more mature sound and I wrote nearly every song on the album, so I’m singing about things I’ve gone through in the last year and really speaking from my heart. It’s definitely a coming-of-age record,” Contactmusic quoted him as saying.

Joe also admitted that though he initially struggled to write songs without his brothers, he is happy with the way he eventually found his voice.


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