Wednesday, June 3, 2009

“Jonas Brothers Go Through ‘Lines, Vines and Trying Times’ Track-by-Track!

We here at know that you are absolutely gagging to hear the Jonas Brothers fourth album ‘Lines, Vines and Trying Times’, but with the release date still a few weeks away, we’ve got something to keep you going until then. The Jo Bros have just released track by track descriptions of each song on the album, so from that, now you can errr, try to imagine what the songs sound like?? Remember kids - Friday June 19th = ‘Lines, Vines and Trying Times’ Australian release date! Oh and check out the video for ‘Paranoid’ if you haven’t already - it’s amazing!

Lines, Vines and Trying Times - Track by Track

“World War III”
This is about a personal experience for me. “World War III” deals with the challenge of a girl who keeps attacking you, provoking you, trying to fight you all the while she’s the only one fighting –Nick Jonas

We had the amazing opportunity of writing with two great talents, Cathy Dennis and our producer John Fields. We loved the outcome so much we decided to put it on our record –Jonas Brothers

“Fly With Me”
This song was originally composed for an upcoming film release. After screening the movie and going through the initial process of matching our style to the visuals of the film, we wrote “Fly With Me.” It’s exciting to know that this song will be used in the film’s end credits, as well as featured on our new album –Jonas Brothers

“Poison Ivy”
“Poison Ivy” was a way for us to find the common bond between metaphor and reality. We had the pleasure of writing with our bass player Greg Garbowsky (who we wrote “Tonight” with) infusing new sounds through the use of horn pieces among other new and imaginative musical styles –Nick Jonas

“Hey Baby”
We originally wrote this song for the last album (A Little Bit Longer) while on the road, but felt the “old school sound” was more cohesive with our present style –Nick Jonas

“Before The Storm”
This song was written after personal experiences that made us grow in the ways of love and relationships –Jonas Brothers

“What Did I Do To You Heart”
We wrote this song last summer while on tour in Europe with Avril Lavigne. Still learning and coming into our own, we saw that we would try to solve issues about girls, life, and coming of age, without even knowing what the challenges would be –Jonas Brothers

“Much Better”
Our fans mean the world to us and “Much Better” is giving back to them. After two years of their loyalty and dedication we felt there was no more personal way to give back than to share our influences, from the Bee Gee’s to Neil Diamond –Joe Jonas

“Black Keys”
The inspiration for this song came by way of sitting one day at a piano and writing my first song through the use of only the black keys. It was then that I realized the simplicity of black and white versus the noise that is brought on by color –Nick Jonas

“Don’t Charge Me For The Crime” (featuring Common)
“Don’t Charge Me For The Crime” is a story about getting roped into situations beyond your control. A friend calls you needing a ride and unbeknownst to you, he’s just robbed a bank. Being the good friend that you are, you pick him up and involve yourself beyond your control. This all leads up to you wanting to do the right thing, but even more so, wanting to help those around you into doing the right thing –Jonas Brothers

“Turn Right”
The idea stems from the course that racecar drivers take out on the track, always turning left and here if you take that one chance to go against the grain you find yourself in the arms of safety. It’s a song about taking a chance, doing what you are not necessarily comfortable with and discovering solace in the unknown. And most importantly, trusting those who mean a lot to you –Joe Jonas

“Don’t Speak”
“Don’t Speak” is an homage to some of our favorite contemporary bands: U2, Kings Of Leon and Muse. I think it deals with the biggest mistake we all make which is dwelling on the past instead of just making strides towards the future. All too often we get stuck spinning our wheels trying to fix things without ever realizing how much life is passing us by, because we’ve forgotten how much there is to just look forward to –Jonas Brothers

“Keep It Real”
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