Union J Want To Echo One Direction's Success And Play Stadium Concerts
15 June 2013, 09:12 | Updated: 15 June 2013, 09:13
The 'Carry You' band say it's their dream to move up to playing at stadium venues on a regular basis.
Union J have admitted it would be " a dream" come true to be able to perform regularly at huge venues like Wembley Stadium, and say they are all trying to "dream big" for the future.
The 'Carry You' four-piece had their first taste of stadium success when they played Wembley last Sunday (9th June) for the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2013, and band member George Shelley admits they would love to echo One Direction's success and move up to the stadium level.
"That would be a dream," Union J's George Shelley admitted to Digital Spy this week. "We performed at Wembley Stadium last week in front of 80,000 people and it was just the best feeling in the world.
"[They] have worked really hard, so if we work hard then hopefully," he suggested. "Big ambitions, dream big and you do well."
Union J were speaking fresh from announcing their first headline tour of the UK, called the 'Magazines And TV Screens' tour, which kicks off later this year across cities like Manchester, London and Brighton.
UK band member George also promised fans they won't have too much longer to wait before a new single comes out, suggesting their second release is likely to drop around September time.
"It'll be out September time, so not too long," he added. "It'll be going to radio in about five week."
Check out a picture of Union J on stage at the Summertime Ball 2013 this month below (Credit: Danny North):
This past week the band teased a potential collaboration with Jason Derulo, who then tweeted the band and spoke to Capital to confirm he would love to work with the UK four-piece.
Union J kick off their 'Magazines And TV Screens' tour on 14th December in Oxford with tickets on sale right now.