JLS Head Back Into Recording Studio To Work On New Studio Album

29 May 2012, 09:00 | Updated: 29 May 2012, 09:14

The 'One Shot' singers are back recording after Aston and Marvin took part in Soccer Aid over the weekend.

JLS star JB Gill has revealed the band are heading back into the recording studio this week to continue work on their fourth studio album.

The 'She Makes Me Wanna' singers spent some time in the studio working on their latest record last month, and JB admits he "can't wait" to carry on recording new music with bandmates Aston Merrygold, Marvin Humes and Oritse Williams.

"Aaaaaah studio time again! CANT WAIT! J xx," JB tweeted earlier today (29th May).

JLS stars Aston and Marvin spent much of last week training for the weekend's Soccer Aid charity football match (27th May), which saw them playing alongside the likes of Will Ferrell, Mike Myers and Robbie Williams.

"Rehearsals was wicked today! Great to be back with my boys doing what we do best! Ori x," Oritse tweeted yesterday (28th May) after reuniting with the band to continue working on new music as well as unannounced upcoming shows.

The 'Take A Chance On Me' singers completed their '4th Dimension' arena tour back in April and have promised fans their next record will be a "smash" as well as a "pivotal moment" in their music careers.

Keep it Capital for all the latest on JLS' upcoming fourth studio album, which follows 2011's November release 'Jukebox'.