The Wanted Hints at Two Albums in 2013

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From the sounds of it, one of Teen.com’s biggest breakout stars of 2012 is scheduled to do it up big in 2013 as well. Following a disappointing album push-back, a few of the guys from The Wanted recently hinted at not one, but two albums within the next 365 days.

Jay McGuiness first explains that TW’s next CD “was meant to be this [past] Christmas, but it wasn’t ready yet so we’re thinking around April, we’ll have something ready.”

But it was Tom Parker‘s comment that threw us for a loop: “I think we’re going to do two albums, one in April and one towards the end of the year, because we’ve written quite a lot of songs this year.”

In a more current interview, Siva Kaneswaran suggests that The Wanted’s next album could even be released as early as March! He tells British TV show Top of the Pops, “We’re hoping to have our new album out by March this year… We’ve written so many tracks for it, but we’re still writing some more, so we can make it brilliant for you.” Okay, so they need to get their facts together. But it looks like March/April-ish for now, folks.

This news comes the same week The Wanted performed its hit single, “Glad You Came,” on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve. In case you missed it, watch it in full below!

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One Response to "The Wanted Hints at Two Albums in 2013"

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    Sandra says:

    ha its funny cuz one direction put out 2 albums in 2012 and the wanted in 2013 funny

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