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Backstreet Boys New Album Arrives Tuesday

By Rich Heldenfels Published: July 29, 2013

 

 

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Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, AJ McLean and Kevin Richardson are thrilled to release their anticipated new album In A World Like This tomorrow, July 30th via their own label K-BAHN, under exclusive license to BMG.

 

Continuing with their 20th Anniversary celebrations - which included a star on the legendary Hollywood Walk of Fame - BSB will perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live! tomorrow, July 30th, and on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson the following day, July 31st.

 

Backstreet Boys will kick off their North American headlining Amphitheatre tour this Friday, August 2nd in Chicago, IL. Tour dates below. The group will also perform a free show open to the public at the Los Angeles Grove this Wednesday, July 31st.

 

Ticket sales for this summer's Backstreet tour are "brisk to say the least! It's one of our hottest tours this summer," said Live Nation's Steve Herman.

 

In A World Like This sees all 5 original members together again, revisiting the groundbreaking dance-pop sound that first made them international superstars. What the group created is an album bursting with big hooks, unforgettable melodies, and high-energy rhythms that both highlights the group's classic sound and vision while also placing it squarely in the here and now.

 

Backstreet Boys have been giving fans a sneak peek at In A World Like This by releasing a track a day through popular sites such as Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, Perez Hilton, Buzzfeed and Billboard. Check some out some of the tracks below!

 

"We're beyond lucky to have such great fans who allow us to create music and travel around the world," says Kevin. "These new songs, which all five us had a blast making, are for them!"

 

One of the most successful groups in music history, with countless #1s, record-setting tours, and worldwide sales in excess of 130 million, Backstreet Boys are also among, pop's most influential.

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