Howie Dorough’s back, alright, with new music…
The 44-year-old half-Puerto Rican singer and his fellow Backstreet Boys group mates are set to release a new single this week.
Following a three-day social media countdown, the Backstreet Boys have announced plans to release “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” on Thursday as a follow-up to their 2013 album In a World Like This.
On Friday, BSB took to Twitter to post a silhouette photo of their likenesses, accompanied by the caption “Ready…” Over the following days, they took to the platform with behind-the-scenes footage using the captions “Set…” and “Don’t Go…”
Finally, on Monday, the band gave fans what they’d been waiting for by sharing the cover art for their upcoming single.
While the Backstreet Boys look super serious in the photo, the accompanying caption showed off their dad-like sense of humor by alluding to their 1997 hit single “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back). “Excuse the dad joke but…we’re back,” they tweeted with a winky face emoji.