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Monday 30 May 2016

The Wanted hint at tour

Published 11/09/2013

The Wanted
The Wanted

The Wanted have told fans to keep an eye out on Twitter for tour announcements and hope to film more for their reality TV show soon.

Appearing on British TV show Daybreak, the boy band urged their millions of Twitter followers to keep checking the social networking site for a big announcement.

Baby of the group Nathan Sykes answered coyly when asked when he and bandmates Max George, Tom Parker, Siva Kaneswaran and Jay McGuiness would next be touring.

"Just keep an eye on our Twitters, we'll be making an announcement very shortly," he said.

Their debut album, The Wanted, was released nearly three years ago and the boys still remember what it was like to first meet each other.

Initially not knowing who they would be singing with was daunting.

"I remember when I was on the tube coming to London, I knew I was in the band but I didn't know who else was in it.

"I knew the meeting was with the other four and then I just saw this lad just dressed in a luminous tracksuit which his proper [rocking] walk and I was like, 'Oh my God the lad from Bolton's in!'" laughed Max about Tom.

The boyband have achieved what most English singers cannot by breaking into the US charts.

Starring in The Wanted Life on E!, the boys have a huge fan base in America and are managed by Scooter Braun, the same man who looks after Justin Bieber.

"We've been pretty busy touring and stuff and making the album. We were supposed to do some more filming in October for it [The Wanted Life] but it's just literally timing. We're in talks for it," Tom Parker assured fans.

Their new album Word of Mouth will be released November 4.

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