Brace yourselves Backstreet Boys fans because Backstreet’s back in just a few days time!
Fans of the iconic boy band might have noticed that Backstreet Boys have been hinting at some big news over the course of the past few days.
And after three days of cryptic tweets, BSB officially let fans in on the big news: new music is officially dropping this Thursday, May 17.
“Excuse the dad joke but…we’re back 😉 NEW BACKSTREET BOYS SINGLE ‘DON’T GO BREAKING MY HEART” OUT MAY 17’ tweeted the band’s official account early Monday (May 17) morning.
Excuse the dad joke but… we’re back 😉 NEW BACKSTREET BOYS SINGLE “DON’T GO BREAKING MY HEART” OUT MAY 17TH pic.twitter.com/yBcIXxVQ2y
— backstreetboys (@backstreetboys) May 14, 2018
The Backstreet Boys haven’t necessarily gone anywhere over the past few years, but it has been a while since the boyband released new music into the world.
In fact, their new single “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,” will mark the first time the band has released new music since their 2013 comeback album, In A World Like This.
It’s a great time for the band to be releasing new material — especially given that the boys just passed a huge milestone: last month marked the band’s 25th year in the industry and it’s quite possible 2018 may be BSB’s biggest year to date.
New music aside, BSB is also gearing up to make their grand return to Las Vegas.
Beginning in July, the boy band will return to Zappos Theater in Sin City where they’ll be extending their Larger Than Life Vegas residency with 21 new dates spanning from July 25 to November 17.
It’s clear there’s never been a more exciting time to be a diehard Backstreet Boys fans and we can’t wait to check out their brand new single, “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,” when it drops on Thursday, May 17!
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