The Backstreet Boys Are Finally Releasing New Music — So Your Move, *NSYNC
It's no coincidence that the five founding members of Backstreet Boys have been hanging around each other a lot lately. After a fast-selling Las Vegas residency, a duet with Florida Georgia Line, and a cruise on which they performed as the Spice Girls, the '90s boy band has officially confirmed that new music is on the way.
On Instagram, Backstreet Boys announced the upcoming release of their new single, "Don't Go Breaking My Heart," to be released on May 17. The caption read, "Excuse the dad joke but . . . we're back." The single is also an indication that a full-length album could be in the works, which would be the group's first release in five years since 2013's In a World Like This. Given *NSYNC's recent reunion at the Hollywood Walk of Fame, it seems all our '90s dreams are really coming true.