updated - March 17, 2018 Saturday EDT
After successfully promoting their docu-movie, Backstreet Boys is finally going to release a new album.
The hit 90s boyband has remained silent about their new record since they are busy touring around the world.
While the band has yet to start recording Daily Mail revealed that the new album is already a work in progress and that production will start later this year.
J. McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell announced in an appearance on ITV's daytime show "Loose Women," while promoting their movie that they are indeed going to work on a new album this year.
"Our music is always evolving," they said of their new album. "We're getting ready to go back into the studio later this year."
And while they are going to be pre-occupied with their new record, Backstreet Boys has assured fans that they will not stop touring for the next three years.
Apparently they will be doing a total of 150 shows for 2015 to 2017.
"We also just signed a deal with Live Nation to do 150 shows in the next three years," they revealed.
And while fans are still waiting for more news of their new album, Backstreet Boys said that their success would have not been possible if not for their strong relationship.
"Communication was probably the biggest savior for us," they said in the interview. "We all came from individual backgrounds, but when you're in a team, it's not about 'I', it's about the 'we'."
"There's a lot of give and take, you have to become almost selfless when you're in a group."
There are reports that Backstreet Boys is aiming for a 2016 album launch, however the band has yet to comment on the said rumor.
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