Boyband Blue feeling just that as record label drops them due to poor album sales
Published 08/04/2015 | 17:16
BOYBAND Blue have been dropped by their record label Sony, after their new album failed to perform in the charts.
Album ‘Colours’ was the first album released from a two-album deal last November.
However it failed to perform as well as hoped in the charts, peaking at number 13 in the UK and number
A spokesperson for the group said: "Blue and Sony remain on good terms. After the boys finish on their sell-out tour they will be back in the recording studio.
"The best friends will continue to do what they love and fans can be assured that there will be more music from the band next year. 2016 will see Blue celebrating 15 years together."
The band responded to the news on their Facebook page, confirming to fans they will continue on as a band.
"We don't need to prove who we are, or ask permission to be here.
“We love Sony Music who have supported us and licensed the album for the UK and supported us on tour and we look forward to the rest of this year and the next as we move into 'Fifteen Years of Blue'."