In what is a surefire sign that the Jonas Brothers are trying to change their tweeny-bopper image once and for all, the brotherly trio has changed their official band logo. As is now evident on their Facebook page, the JoBros’ new logo looks quasi-futuristic and, like the rest of today’s pop music environment, looks to be emphasizing a clubby, dance-music vibe.
This transformation is not entirely shocking, however. With boy bands like One Direction and The Wanted – not to mention a certain little dude named Justin Bieber — snatching up the tween demographic who once swore an undying loyalty to the Jonas Brothers, it’s only natural that Nick, Joe and Kevin would be forced to change up their image and “mature” alongside their original fans. This comes after another unsurprising move when the band fully left their Disney roots behind by parting ways with Disney-owned Hollywood Records.
So what does this mean for the Jonas Brothers’ music? Well, we wouldn’t be surprised to see the band follow suit with Joe’s 2011 album Fastlife, and jump aboard the club-banger train. Yes, we know the album didn’t do so hot, and it’s hard to imagine these three adorable boys singing about bumping’ and grindin’ against sweaty bodies, but hey, everyone’s gotta grow up sometime, right?