2019 has been a huge year for the Jonas Brothers, and it hasn't even reached the halfway point yet: Nick and Joe both got married, and the rock trio ended their hiatus with comeback single "Sucker," which became their very first song to hit No. 1 on the Hot 100 chart.
All is well on the Jonas front, but it wasn't always that way -- and the brothers speak candidly about the hiatus that nearly led to a permanent schism in a new interview with CBS Sunday Morning.
When asked about making the choice to take a step back from the Jonas Brothers in 2013, Nick shares that he's the one who suggested they dissolve their creative partnership for the time being to pursue new projects. He didn't hold back when he recalled the state of mind he and his brothers found themselves in when they made that difficult decision, and he was blunt about the impact it had on their family ties as well.