Following the footsteps of Taylor Swift, Robyn and Ellie Goulding, One Direction's nemesis, that other British boyband The Wanted performed an exclusive mini-concert for JetBlue's "Live From T5" concert series at John F Kennedy International Airport on Wednesday (August 22) in New York!
Check out above photos of Max, Siva, Jay, Tom and Nathan posing for the cameras, and performing before the eyes of tens of fans. And below watch The Wanted rock their latest single "Chasing The Sun", featured on their US debut EP, as well as on the "Ice Age: Continental Drift" film soundtrack.
Isn't it time to release a new single though?. And considering that besides "Chasing The Sun" the only new track left on the 'The Wanted' EP is the Ryan Tedder-produced "Satellite", I kind of have the feeling we'll be soon witnessing the guys releasing that as their new single, ha. "Satellite" doesn't scream smash, but the American audience might 'connect' with it more than "Chasing The Sun", which in the end only managed to peak at #50 on the Hot 100 (as of this post, the single is on its way down sitting at #55).
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