Discussion in 'Pop Toilet' started by OutSynk, Jul 24, 2017.
Whatever happened to Ella?
She took her own advice
When is their actual real very first debut single out? I’m still so excited for that!
at this point they can fill a whole album made up PURELY of buzz debut singles. ICONS.
It's fine, we can move it back out when they hit the big time
Sorry I’m confused
How can this be in the pop toilet when they’re yet to release their debut single
Their COMEBACK EP before the DEBUT SINGLE is FINALLY here.
On first listen, I'm not into these ones
Very wishy-washy, no bangers
From Max Martin and his team to one of their own members writing and producing their songs...
their wikipedia discography page looks RIDICULOUS. what's the point of putting all of their buzz singles (14 of them!!! SCREAM) inside a box making it clear nothing ahs ever charted anywhere, see it for yourself.
Two top 40 hits in New Zealand and a #77 SMASH in UK, amigo.
I know. They've been so vocal about how great it is that they're writing and producing their own stuff but it's all a bit sad
The irony/cheek of them releasing a song called "One Shot" though.
In fairness they've released more songs than the Spice Girls at this point, so they're on the road to being real artists like angle of pop Mel C
It really is quite ridiculous, but they came up on Spotify yesterday (after my Vamps session ) and I had a look - their streaming numbers don't seem actually that bad?
I mean, not going to be making millions, but they certainly have people listening to them more than I'd have ever thought.
Here’s the new song and video. As I said elsewhere (sorry, they care more about them on PJ) Nick is the best AS PER and “I still wish you the best/Don’t read my last couple texts” is a great lyric
Dub - and I ask this out of genuine interest - how do they keep getting new songs and videos with no hits? Where is the funding/what is the vision?
Don’t know Su. The common theory is that in 2019 success is somewhat more fluid a concept. They get a few million views and streams each time - nothing major at all, but that combined with merch/ticket sales must be enough to keep things going?
If not, I would say their team are looking at the quite rabid fan base they have and are playing the waiting game for the song that will ‘smash’
I do sense a lack of faith in them from the label though, particularly Simon Cowell, whom they very rarely refer to at all these days.
So, I don’t know. I was sure that the Ed Sheeran written single Summer On You was their last chance and that was a whole year ago. Things did fall off a cliff budget-wise after that though, so it could have been a last chance to some degree.
Anyway, what do you think of Now United?
Oh and by the way, their next last chance is a collaboration with CNCO, written by Savan Kotecha. I believe that’s coming soon.
who's that in the black/yellow hoodie?
he's fit and cute, would totally fuck him YES.
THIS. I mean, Madame X is one video away from being BANKRUPT! Do these kids have rich parents?
That’s Nick, the best one.
omg just googled him and he's such a DREAMBOAT
The one with the millionaire sugar daddy that keeps this shit going? Good for them.
Isn’t he JUST
(in response to Pipo )
I've watched Lying and Blind and I would say their greatest issue is that the songs and videos feel like clothing company adverts; I keep expecting the Gap logo to pop up. The boyband they most remind me of is Triple8 in that it is all style, no substance.
FAO @Pipo (see 2:55)
...is that accent?
i know rite
it better be all about abs and ass cause I ain't having none of that voice
Interesting that they’ve chosen a collaboration as their official launch single but should be good!
Their official launch single
Are they desperately pushing for the Latin market after flopping everywhere else?
CNCO are extremely popular in Latin America, so it's their last chance to chart with a single anywhere. Good luck.
I believe it’s actually the official launch single for their official launch single.
SURELY this one will do a bit of business?
They've now had 18 singles which more than most successful young boy bands manage. So there's that.