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19 April 2012, 13:57 | Updated: 19 April 2012, 14:05
The 'She Makes Me Wanna' stars confess they are hoping to go International on their fourth record.
JLS have confessed that their upcoming new album has to be a "smash" and is a "pivotal" moment in their career.
The 'Take A Chance On Me' singers told the Daily Star that they are happy with what they have achieved so far, but have big ambitions to take their music fully international.
Singer Marvin Humes said: "Options are not good enough – we need an out-and-out smash. We're going to Scandinavia and America over the next few weeks to put pen to paper. Our fourth album is pivotal to our career.
"While we’re very proud of what we've achieved – we've sold five million albums so far – the next album has to take us international."
The former X Factor stars also confessed that they have hopes for their next single to feature Canadian rapper Drake.
Meanwhile, the band are currently nearing the end of their latest UK tour which will head to the Manchester Arena tomorrow night (20th April).