Jonas Brothers Pose for Stylish Fall Photo Shoot: 'This Weather Is Un-be-leafable'

The group is currently in the middle of their Five Albums. One Night. tour

<p>Jonas Brothers/Instagram</p> From left: Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas pose surrounded by fall leaves.

Jonas Brothers/Instagram

From left: Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas pose surrounded by fall leaves.

The Jonas Brothers are savoring the season!

In an Instagram post on Friday, Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas shared a series of photos of themselves enjoying the colorful fall foliage. The first three shots showed the trio posing on a set of steep steps leading up to a house, surrounded by vibrant red leaves. A fourth image captured them mid-stride, seemingly resuming their stroll after the impromptu photo shoot.

"This weather is un-be-leafable. 🍁," the musicians quipped in their caption.

While the brothers are playing to sold-out stadiums as part of their Five Albums. One Night. tour, they recently spent time reminiscing about how it all began. Speaking with PEOPLE last month, they recalled their humble early days touring in a van before their career took off.

“Back when we were just starting out in 2005 and 2006, we would travel up and down the East Coast in our red 12-passenger van that pulled a trailer with all of our equipment," Kevin, 36, said. "That was our baby; we spent thousands of hours in there."

“We turned one of the rows of seats around in the back of the van to face each other and play card games and hang out on the long drives. Lots of fond memories about those days," he added.

<p> Bryan Steffy/Getty</p> The Jonas Brothers perform in Las Vegas on Sept. 8, 2023.

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The Jonas Brothers perform in Las Vegas on Sept. 8, 2023.

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Nearly 20 years later, touring looks a lot different for the guys — especially since they now have a much larger collection of music.

“The most different thing about touring this time around is the amount of songs that we sing on stage and the overall length of the show — about three hours,” Joe, 34, explained. “It’s something like 57 songs, which is by far the longest setlist of our career.”

Joe noted that on this tour, they have enjoyed the opportunity to interact with their fans and learn just how much their music has impacted them over the years. “To get to hear their stories, their journey with us listening to our music, hearing some of these incredible tales of how these albums have affected their lives ... it means so much to us,” he said.

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For the brothers, the tour has been a true family affair. In October, their father, Kevin Jonas Sr., joined them onstage in Nashville to perform the Eagles classic "Desperado."

In videos of the moment shared by fans on social media, Nick, 31, could be heard introducing his dad by describing him as "somebody who literally had at least 50% to do with us being here tonight." As the crowd began to cheer, he declared, "Please welcome Kevin Jonas Sr."

Related: Joe Jonas Officiates Wedding for Band Member During Anaheim Concert

Later that same month, in another touching moment, Joe officiated the wedding of one of his band members. While the group was performing in Anaheim, California, they paused the show so that Joe could help percussionist Molly Lopresti and her fiancé, Nick Shirm, tie the knot onstage.

In a fan video shared on social media, Joe explained how he came to take on the role of wedding officiator. He said Lopresti told him she would love to come on tour with the group but that the schedule conflicted with her planned wedding.

"We said, 'Let's figure this out, we gotta help them out in some way. If only we knew an ordained minister on this tour.' Oh wait, [we do]," Joe joked, referring to himself.

To cap off the mid-concert nuptials, the Jonases performed "When You Look Me in the Eyes" for the newlyweds' first dance.

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