Boy band wants to know Why Don’t We

music July 12, 2018 13:15

By THE NATION

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Internet-born and bred American pop boy band Why Don’t We will make their Bangkok debut at GMM Live House on the eighth floor of CentralWorld on August 11, performing tracks from their fourth EP “Invitation”.



Early-bird tickets – the first 500 tickets sold for each zone – cost Bt2,300 and Bt3,200, then the prices rise to Bt2,500 and Bt3,500. Go to www.Ticketmelon.com/godzillionaire/whydontweliveinbangkok.

Hailing from various states, Jonah Marais Roth Frantzich, Corbyn Matthew Besson, Daniel James Seavey, Jack Robert Avery and Zachary Dean Herron all previously recorded as solo artists.

“Invitation” – their fourth EP in a year – is available now from all digital music retailers and streaming services. It topped the iTunes Store’s pop chart in six countries, including the US. The quintet has surpassed over 65 million streams globally on Spotify. 

“Invitation” arrived on the boys’ first anniversary as a group, a milestone celebrated at a party live-streamed on their popular YouTube channel.

Seavey was a contestant on “American Idol” and the rest were social media idols, singing and making live videos for their fans. Who will soon forget the quintet’s YouTube documentary “Our First Day as a Band”?

Other singles include “Taking You”, “Nobody Gotta Know”, “Something Different”, “These Girls” and “Trust Fund Baby”, the last primarily written by British star Ed Sheeran.