The Backstreet Boys are back! The famous band from the 90's has released a new song called It's Christmas Time Again, which marks their comeback after years as a reunited group.
The song is about Christmas and the festive season coming up, it feels almost nostalgic to listen to the new track.
Nick Carter told AOL music in a recent interview, "There aren't that many original holiday songs out there -- which is so crazy to say -- and we really feel we made a timeless contribution to the season and a song our kids will be listening to. Plus, we have our boy Kevin back in the studio with us. This is a really exciting time."
Kevin Richardson rejoined Backstreet Boys in early 2012 with the other four band members (A.J. McLean, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, and Nick Carter).
However, Richardson started to transition back to the group when he made appearances on 2011's NKOTBSB tour, reports Huffington Post.
The five member band are all set with their new album. They announced that the upcoming record will be released in 2013, which will also be the band's 20th anniversary.
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