It's time for the Backstreet Boys to change their name



On the heels of their 25th anniversary, the Backstreet Boys have signed with RCA Records who released their electric new single "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" today May 17th, along with its official music video directed by long time BSB collaborators Rich + Tone.

But fans of the 1990s boyband need not worry - the group has retained its signature cheesy dance moves and slick choreography.

The band had earlier announced on Twitter on May 15 that they would be dropping a new single. Howie 44; Nick Carter is 38; Kevin Richardson is 46; Brian Littrell is 43. "I geeked out over the piano and synths. Just makes you wanna listen over and over again".

We've got it on repeat already!

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Produced by Jamie Hartman and Stuart Crichton, "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" is a slice of chilled electro-pop and bears no similarity to Elton John andKiki Dee's hit '70s duet of the same name.

The band, which celebrated 25 years together last month, resumes its Las Vegas run in July.

These guys are readying another leg of their Las Vegas Residency soon - let's hope it sparks off the momentum for a full album (and a world tour). This could be one of the biggest comebacks in music in 2018.

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