The Wanted: "It's An Absolute Honour To Be In The US"

27 March 2012, 17:06

The 'Warzone' singers admit they never thought they would get the chance to show off their music to the American market.

The Wanted have confessed they feel honoured to be enjoying success in the US because they never expected the chance for an American market to hear their music.

Singer Nathan Sykes told Billboard.com that the group are "thankful" of the support they are receiving because it is many people's dream just to go over to the country.

He admitted: "It's an absolute honour. People dream and stuff like that and we never thought we'd get the opportunity to even come over here and have a chance to let people hear our music – and thankfully they like it."

The group are currently still riding high on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart with their single 'Glad You Came' which rose to number three last week and will be releasing their debut US self titled album on 24th April.

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