The boys from O-Town seemingly has pushed back the release date of its subsequent J Records album, entitled ‘O2’, from the 6th of August to the 27th instead.
O-Town singer, Dan Miller, told a web page that that the group is really doing its best to ensure that ‘O2’ will be a powerful album. He said “The material has been coming in slow. We’ve been taking our time, and you can look at it both ways. I mean, it’s bad because it is getting very close to when the album is going to come out in August, but it’s good because we’re not taking every piece of crap that comes across the desk. Whether it’s from us or whether it’s from another writer, we’re not just settling because it’s getting down to the wire.”
He also went on to clarify that the album’s heading can really mean a host of different things, including the fact it is O-Town’s sophomore LP and it’s being released in 2002.
“Personally I think ‘O2’ is kind of like oxygen” he said. “I feel like we’ve got a little breathing room now, you know. We’ve kicked open the door a little bit, plus we can call a couple of shots, and we didn’t really have that breathing room before.”
O-Town’s self-titled debut album spawned the hits ‘All Or Nothing’, ‘Liquid Dreams’ and ‘We Fit Together’ but Daniel has said that the band’s upcoming release will be a tad different. “‘O2’ is definitely not what you would expect from us. We’re just coming from a totally different angle this time.”