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Breaking onto the music scene and hailed as the UK’s hottest new boy band, the future looks set to get faster and brighter for online music sensations Overload. Scouted from YouTube and named by their fans via their daily interaction on Twitter, this organic and incredibly fast moving band are without doubt a hot contender for the No.1 spot for years to come.
Trending on Twitter daily and with a fanbase growing by the thousands each day, the band have acquired over half a million hits on YouTube for their videos. Their first meet and greet at Westfield drew over 700 fans, with extra security having to be pulled in to meet the demand. This is the biggest boyband signing the shopping centre has seen this year and lasted over four hours.
Managed by Blair Dreelan, the founder of Union J, Jordi, Joey, Ollie and RyRy are aged between 17 and 19 and originate from Wales, Bristol and Essex. Due to huge demand from their fans they have all re-located to Berkshire, where they have been working around the clock on their debut album.
Speaking of their viral success to date the Overload boys said:
“It is absolutely insane! Two months ago we were all doing normal jobs and dreaming of being able to get into the music industry. The loyalty our fanbase have shown and their dedication to make us the UK’s next boy band is awesome. We’ve literally been locking ourselves away in the studio working on the album and at night we have been replying to as many of the tweets and messages from our fans as we can. They are at the core of everything that has happened to us and we can’t wait to take it to the next level with our own headline tour dates and next meet and greet. Hopefully the police won’t have to be called for this one though!”
Bringing their own fresh take on pop music and smashing onto the music scene, get ready to hear a lot more from the Overload boys...
“These kids have a HUGE fanbase!” (Universe Look)
"Overload are set to be the hottest thing on the boyband block" (Heat World)
“Well done to all involved boys!” (Sugarscape)