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6 September 2012, 11:27
The 'She Makes Me Wanna' singer says their next record starts a new chapter in the band's career.
JLS star Marvin Humes has promised the band's upcoming fourth studio album 'Evolution' will mark a "rebirth" of the band.
The 'Take A Chance On Me' singer revealed on Capital FM that the new record has a "harder" and "more R&B" sound than 2011 release' Jukebox', and said the band can't wait for fans to hear what they have been working on.
"You know what, this whole new album 'Evolution' is kind of like a new rebirth of JLS," Marvin told Capital Breakfast today (6th September). "It's a bit harder, a bit more R&B.
"It's produced by lots of American producers [like] Rodney Jerkins and Bangladesh," the 'Proud' singer revealed. "We've worked really hard on it for the past year.
He added: "We're really, really pleased it's finally been heard and can't wait for everyone to hear the album now.
This morning JLS gave the album's lead single 'Hottest Girl In The World' it's first play on Capital, to rave reviews from fans who described it as "amazing" and "worth the wait".
Check out a picture of JLS's Oritse Williams from a new photo shoot below:
The 'She Makes Me Wanna' stars shot the music video for 'Hottest Girl In The World' back in August and will release the track this October.
JLS's new album 'Evolution' is due to be officially released on 5th November.
Listen to JLS star Marvin Humes teasing the band's new album 'Evolution' to Capital Breakfast below: