Noughties American boy band O-Town return with new single 'Skydive' after a decade long wait. Holly Rubenstein reports
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Remember O-Town? The American boyband who originally formed on the ABC reality series 'Making The Band' 14 years ago have reunited (minus one member) after almost a decade out of the spotlight.
The group, who were best known for international hits 'All or Nothing' and 'Liquid Dreams' return with new single 'Skydive'.
The track is taken from their comeback album, something which has been a long time coming.
SOUNDBITE, Erik-Michael Estrada, member of O-Town, saying (English):
"The album, you know, the album is exactly what he just said, it's ten years in the making so those first two albums, we, you know, we didn't really know who we were individually, so this time, this time around we're getting an album chock full of experience, life and all the things that we learnt over the years. It's gone into the writing, it's gone into the song production, so you can hear all that, it's evident."
And unlike before, this album is one that the reformed group are fully behind.
SOUNDBITE, Jacob Underwood, member of O-Town, saying (English):
"There were songs on there that I wouldn't listen to, I'd say I'd never find in my own car. This is a record that I can literally say I would put on my car and blow on my speakers so they can, they know that they're getting a record that we love as well."
O-Town's album 'Lines & Circles' will be released worldwide August 4th.