But they're very aware of how hard it is to be taken seriously as a band when you had Disney planted across you from an early age.
"As you get older and you’re a young adult and you’re still on the Disney Channel, that can feel a little uncomfortable," Joe told Wonderland magazine.
Joe also admitted feeling "a little boxed in" while writing for a Disney audience.
"Creatively, you can feel like you’re a little boxed in and you can’t really expand and grow," he said. "Lyrically, what you’re going through in that time in your life, you have to kind of protect your audience by only writing what Disney would approve. It was a little bit tricky as we got older, that’s for sure.
But all in all the boys know they have dedicated fans that have been with them since the beginning. In fact, it's been 10 years since their last album Lines, Vines and Trying Times was released.
"The fact it’s been 10 years is a crazy thought!" Nick told Wonderland. "One of the things from the first couple of shows that was so alarming to us, in a way, was getting out in front of the fans and seeing them all as adults and people that we had kind of grown up with in a sense.
"Now they’re all adults and they’re having to save up their money to come to the tour and making sure they have money for drinks at the show! I love that! I was so excited about that," he added. "To think about the fact that record came out 10 years ago and to know about how much we’ve all grown — fans included — and can now share it in whole new ways, it’s really exciting."
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