LA based boyband Phase V have launched an Indie Go-Go campaign to help fund their debut EP. They’ve released a single so far and have performed with more than a few big names. We love that they are staying true to the boyband genre, with smooth harmonies and dance moves. Now, Phase Five are setting their sights on releasing their debut EP. Contribution perks include anything from a signed Phase V poser, to Skype session with the band, a chance to hang out with the band in the recording studio, even a date with your favorite Phase V band member!
Watch the announcement from the band below and if you are able to spare a few dollars, click HERE to support the future of true boy bands!
Pick up a copy of the bands first single, “Drop It” on iTunes or Amazon.
Phase V is truly a modern boy band, or as they call themselves an “urban-pop boy band.” We love that they are a boy band in the classic sense of the word: They sing, they dance, they sing while they dance – they’ve got it! (The right stuff.) Phase V’s brand new single, “Drop It” is out now and it’s everything you need in a summer jam. As fangirls of 90s boy bands, it’s safe to say that Phase V might be our new favorite artist to come out the recent 90s resurgence.
Be sure to pick up a copy of Phase V’s “Drop It” on iTunes and Amazon. Watch the official video below.
We hope these guys go on tour soon (and play in NYC) because we’re going to need to experience their smooth harmonies and sharp dance moves in person! They also did a cover of Justin Timberlake’s “Not a Bad Thing,” which we’ve always said would sound great with a 5-part harmony.