We all know boy bands have made a comeback, big time. Case in point: British heartthrobs One Direction just cleaned up at one of the most prestigious award shows for their audience, the People's Choice Awards.
So we're thrilled to report that a group of fresh-faced Michigan men have jumped on the boy-bandwagon. Looking for trendy hairstyles, dimples, and terrific harmonies to boot? Check out TwentyForSeven, a quartet from Canton that just released the video for their single "All I Ever Wanted." The video chronicles a whirlwind tour and the swooning fans of Matt Pastor, Rajiv Dhall and Blake Hayes, all 20, plus 19-year-old Corey De Luca.
For pop music fans of an ever so slightly older generation, "All I Ever Wanted" might bring to mind Kelly Clarkston's chart-topping 2009 album of the same name. In fact, groups from across genres have used the title, from Train to Lenny Kravitz.
But TwentyForSeven's song, from forthcoming debut EP "Forget The World," is all their own and extra catchy. Seriously, just try to get that chorus out of your head.
So there's only one question: Which TwentyForSeven member is the one for you?
If that's not enough TwentyForSeven for your next 23 hours, check out this video of the group crooning all of 2012's biggest pop songs at one time, including at least two from their peer (or is it rival?) Justin Bieber. For even more boy bands, check out the slideshow below.