According to ticketsellers, Backstreet Boys have to make a sensation through their new album if they want the concerts tickets to sell out.
With one member down, Backstreet Boys is back as a quartet in an untitled album that will release its early impact. First single "Inconsolable", a piano ballad topped with rock sound will roam U.S. radio August 27.
Meanwhile, as tipped by member Brian Littrell last month, the full length album is scheduled for an October 30 release via Jive. The band will also celebrate their tenth anniversary under the label this year.
Next thing on their list is a tour that is planned for early 2008. Some ticket sellers believe that the band should do a heavy promotion to sell out their tickets. “The Backstreet Boys have to do something that puts them in touch with the fans who are much older now, Barry Salomon, owner of Maryland's Ticketservice.com said. "I would take a wait and see attitude, if they market themselves well, do cross promotions to help build up their new albums, they could work out."
Listen to "Inconsolable":