After announcing their plans to reunite this past April, The Backstreet Boys have revealed more good news for fans of the boy band. The guy are planning to release a new album to celebrate their 20th anniversary with member Kevin Richardson, who left the band back in 2006, now back with the guys.
Excited to welcome Richardson back into the fold, the guys said they “couldn’t be happier to have our brother back with us.” Nick Carter shared that they have been spending alot of time together and by the sounds of it the five have picked up where they left off. ‘We wake up. We have breakfast together. We’re not sick of each other at all.”
Together the members have been busy spending their time in London to record their new album. Their upcoming studio efforts will be produced by Martin Terefe who has worked with the likes of both Jason Mraz and Mary J. Blige.
MTV recently caught up with Richardson who shared some minor details about what’s to come in the new Backstreet Boys 2012 album. “We all discussed, we want it to be personal record, we want it to be authentic to life and who we are, and where we are at in life. Adding, “We want to talk about the things that are relevant and highlight, and we want to be authentic and make a great record that we’re proud of, and that’s kind of where we are starting,” Richardson stated.
Fans will get to see all of the Backstreet Boys together again during a scheduled summer performance on Good Morning America on August 31st. “We’re going to be coming to perform for you guys on August 31,” A.J. McLean said. “The first time together, all five of us.” What do you think Backstreet fans? Are you ready to see them back in the spotlight?
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