JLS swapping parties for studio
Published 30/03/2010 | 15:06
JLS have revealed they have put the brakes on partying so they can focus on their career.
The Brit-winning boy band, who performed at the Teenage Cancer Trust show with Lemar, have been heading into the studio with Labrinth, the producer behind Tinie Tempah's No 1 hit Pass Out.
"We don't want to take our foot off the gas, we've had to scale back on the nights out - we've always been professional but you can't party all the time or your voice would be moany," Marvin Humes told the Daily Star.
The 24-year-old said they are working with acclaimed producers Stargate and Toby Gad, and possibly with US RnB star Jason Derulo.
"We're with Labrinth this week and will be back and forth to LA to work on the album over the summer. The quality will step up as now people have seen our sales figures, they're more open to work with us," he added.