Your favourite boyband come YouTubers, and all-round social media sensations, RoadTrip have announced their upcoming EP, ‘Dynamite’.
It’s been a big six months for RoadTrip. Moving into their new house, hitting 1 million subscribers on YouTube, welcoming new trialist Sonny Robertson into the band and churning out cover after cover on YouTube – next up is the release of the ‘Dynamite’ EP.
Keeping their work in the studio over the last six months no secret, today Andy, Rye, Brooklyn, Jack and Sonny have confirmed details about their new era of music. Are you looking forward to the release of Dynamite? CelebMix has you covered with all you need to know.
When is the ‘Dynamite’ EP out?
After months of teasers and preparation, today RoadTrip confirmed the release date for their third EP. Coming to fans on Friday June 14th 2019, Roadies only have a couple of weeks to wait.
When can I pre-order the EP?
From Wednesday 5th June fans can pre-order the ‘Dynamite’ EP.
Do we know any of the tracks on the EP?
The band have been tight-lipped about details of the upcoming EP over the past months. However, having kicked off their Dynamite Tour on Saturday in Edinburgh, fans were treated to some unreleased tracks during the set. ‘The One That Got Away’ is a guitar-led ‘Take This Home’-esque anthem and ‘Something About You’ is an upbeat flick that follows suit, whilst title-track ‘Dynamite’ has all the hallmarks of a stand-out single. RoadTrip will slow it down on ‘Flashing Lights’ and ‘Eternal’, the latter looking like an early fan-favourite.
Will the ‘Dynamite’ EP be original songs or more covers?
The EP will feature original RoadTrip tracks that the group have been working on in the studio throughout the year. Many may know the band from their viral YouTube covers and Vlog channel, but the five artists are singers first and foremost. The ‘Dynamite’ EP will be RoadTrip’s third EP of new tracks.
Can I hear the EP live?
Currently touring across the UK, there are still a limited number of tickets available for the Dynamite Tour. Playing their new material during their trademark high-energy sets, it’s the first place to catch the new EP live. The band have already stopped off at Edinburgh and Glasgow, next up is Newcastle on June 8th before stopping in Sheffield, Birmingham, Manchester and London. There are a limited number of tickets left for select dates here.
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