The Jonas Brothers - made up of siblings Joe, Kevin and Nick - are reportedly set for a summer reunion just nine months after they split due to a ''deep rift within the band''.
The Jonas Brothers are set to get back together this summer.
The 'SOS' hitmakers - made up of brothers Kevin, 26, Joe, 24, and 22-year-old Nick - are reportedly planning a reunion just nine months after they announce their split.
A source told RadarOnline.com: ''The Jonas Brothers have settled their differences and are going to be reuniting by the end of this summer .... The boys are extremely close and have realized that they need each other more than they would like to believe.
''Kevin has adapted well to fatherhood, Joe is doing really well and has seemed to have beaten his demons and Nick just really wants to get back to making music.''
When the three siblings announced the band's breakup in October 2013, their representative claimed there was a ''deep rift within the band''.
However, it is said any issues between the brothers have now been dealt with.
An insider added: ''There was a lot going on with all of them at the time.
''Kevin was getting ready to have a child with his wife Danielle, Joe was dealing with some personal issues and Nick was simply feeling restless and wanted to test the waters on his own.''
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