|Released:||US, 01 Feb 2019|
|A1||Don't Go Breaking My Heart|
|A6||Is It Just Me|
|B4||The Way It Was|
|B5||Just Like You Like It|
After the very successful return of Backstreet Boys with the 2018 single 'Don't Go Breaking My Heart,' which is certified Gold in Australia, they are back with their new album! The album will feature the new single 'Chances', written by Ryan Tedder and Shawn Mendes amongst others. For 25 years, the Backstreet Boys have been one of the most successful groups in music history and continue to be one of pop's most influential performers in the world. With countless #1s, record-setting tours, numerous awards and worldwide sales in excess of 130 million, BSB has been recognised as the best-selling boy band in history In March 2017, BSB kicked off their Las Vegas residency which has become one of the fastest selling shows in Las Vegas history, and is hosting the biggest audience in the history of Las Vegas headlining residencies.
"DNA is the ninth studio album (eighth in the US) by the Backstreet Boys. The album was first released in Japan on January 23, 2019, and everywhere else on January 25, 2019, through a collaboration with the group's own K-BAHN record label and RCA Records. The album features tracks written by Edei, Lauv, Andy Grammer, Stuart Crichton, Ryan Tedder and Shawn Mendes. This is the group's second album, after 2007's Unbreakable, without involvement from longtime producers and friends Max Martin and Kristian Lundin. It also serves as the follow-up to their eighth studio album (seventh in the US) In a World Like This (2013). It was preceded by the singles "Don't Go Breaking My Heart", "Chances", "No Place", and is supported by the DNA World Tour, which is the band's most expansive in 18 years. The tour began on May 11, 2019, in Lisbon, Portugal, before visiting North America in July 2019. The album is their first on one of Sony Music's subsidiary companies since In a World Like This (2013), which was released independently through BMG. It debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200, becoming the Backstreet Boys' third number-one album there and the first since Black & Blue in 2000." - Wikipedia