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Will Citizen Four be the next big boy band?

While One Direction are on their long hiatus a void has been created in the boy band universe, could Citizen Four be the next band to make it big?

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Boy bands never go out of style whether it be New Kids on the Block, *Nsync, Take That, 5ive, Westlife, Boyzone or Backstreet Boys, every few years a new one appears.  Of course there’s all the forgotten ones too like Mercury 4, Hope, Union J, The Wanted, 3T, EYC, and many others.

Could Citzen Four break through to the big time? Well, they’ve certainly got the looks.

The band comprises Austin Percario, Conner Boatman, Josh Levi and Carson Boatman.  Austin is gay ans grew up in New Jersey, while Connor and Carson are brothers who grew up on a ranch in Iowa, Josh is from Texas.

The band’s latest single is I Want You Back which seems them riding Quad-bikes around the desert while looking sultry.

Check out the video. 

OIP Staff


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