New boyband Triple Eight haven’t even released a record yet and already they’re taking a pop at their rivals.
Of course, it’s not surprising, because Justin, Jamie, David, Josh and Sparx are fussy fellas. These are, after all, the guys who’ve promised to turn pop as we know it on its head with their single, ‘Knockout’.
Sparx recently said that “The country’s gone to s**t as far as pop is concerned and we intend to throw out the rule book and write a new one.”
And when we spoke to them recently, the lovely lads were still adamant that planet pop needed a spring clean and were only too keen to tell us who they thought shouldn’t be allowed to make music anymore.
“I just don’t understand David Sneddon,” David told the press. “I estimate it’s because he’s Gareth Gates on a piano, isn’t he? And we already have a Gareth Gates and kids love him, even though I don’t see anything special about him. I don’t know who David Sneddon appeals to. I just don’t.”Meanwhile, Josh admitted he can’t understand the phenomenal popularity of pop twins, The Cheeky Girls.
“It’s meant to be a music chart, but songs like theirs just don’t make sense. Having said that, Sparx bought their last single!”
Triple Eight release ‘Knockout’ on Monday.