Following their recent reunion fans of the English boy band, JLS can now look forward to the release of their latest album JLS 2.0 on December 3.
Describing themselves now as a ‘lad band’ due to their age, Aston Merrygold, 33, JB Gill, 34, Oritsé Williams, 34, and Marvin Humes, 36, have been back on tour after an eight year hiatus following their split in 2013.
The Brit Award winners shot to fame in 2008 as runners-up on the popular talent show The X Factor, coming second to Alexandra Burke. They enjoyed huge success producing four albums and achieving five UK number ones together.
They announced their intention to split in 2013 with a farewell tour and compilation album. The group took a break to work on solo projects but delighted fans in 2020 when they revealed plans to reunite after seven years.
However, their comeback Beat Again tour was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic and was rescheduled to start in October 2021.
Their new single, Postcard, from the JLS 2.0 album is out now, the follow up after the Eternal Love track which was written by the one and only Ed Sheeran.
After a recent concert they thanked their fans on Instagram saying: “We’ll never forget this moment and having our families there with us.”
Following four nights at the O2 arena in London, they are moving onto Manchester and Birmingham before returning to London for Capital radio’s Jingle Bell Ball in December.
JLS are supported by Cassa Jackson and tickets for the JLS Beat Again 2021 tour are available now.