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Yes, in very This Surely Can't Be 2020 news, the iconic boy band are back with new music ahead of a whole album later this year.
The track, named 'Happiness', elicits just that and has been described as an "intoxicatingly upbeat crowd-pleaser" by the BBC. Having heard it, we totally agree.
Listen to it here:
The "carnivalesque" song is apparently inspired by the band's massive South American following and even includes a samba sample.
Band guitarist Danny Jones told the outlet of the tune: "You can put it on and your kids will dance to it, your wife will dance to it, your granddad, everybody. Even the lads can get involved, the football crowd. I could really hear it on the Fifa soundtrack."
The boys sing: "So this is happiness, yeah this is happiness/ If this is happiness, I don't mind happiness. [...]You got me in a bubble, oblivious to trouble, right now there's no-one else I'd rather be."
We guarantee you'll want to jump around dancing while listening to this!
But while 'Happiness' has given us a taster, the pop group - who enjoyed hits such as 'All About You' and 'Five Colours In Her Hair' - are set to release an entire album.
Danny added of the process of making the album: "It's the first time I feel like we've all been part of it. We were all involved, split down the middle, and it was just such a collaborative, energetic process."
Exciting or what?
The band - which formed in 2003 - is made up of Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones, Dougie Pointer and Harry Judd who have all been working on the new album.
More music please, boys. But in the mean time, we'll be dancing around to Happiness all weekend.
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