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Make no mistake about it: The Wanted are back! 7 years on from their Hiatus, the boys return with a greatest hits album Most Wanted – The Greatest Hits to be released on November 12th containing all their biggest hits together with 2 brand new tracks. The boys are also hitting the road in 2022 with a UK arena tour

The Wanted

The Wanted are one of Britain’s biggest pop bands, living a dream that has far surpassed even their most optimistic expectations and all with their best mates at their side. Having notched up 10 UK Top Ten singles and 2 UK Number 1 singles including the worldwide smash hit ‘Glad You Came’, the band are back to celebrate their huge global success and to make some more lasting memories together. It’s been 11 years since the success of their huge Number One debut single ‘All Time Low’ and 10 years since the global success of ‘Glad You Came’ and the band today still boast almost 6 million monthly listeners on Spotify and have a huge worldwide following on their social media platforms. The boys have in excess of 12 million record sales world-wide. Now 7 years on and The Wanted are set to shake up the charts all over again with their Greatest Hits collection and a euphoric new single of epic-pop proportions to be released on October 7th.

The boys first discussed getting back together in early 2020 to celebrate their 10th anniversary but then came the devastating news that Tom Parker, had been diagnosed with a brain tumour. Tom, in his characteristically no-nonsense manner, decided to turn a personal tragedy into something more positive and set out to make a documentary for Channel 4 and Stand Up To Cancer titled ‘Tom Parker-Inside My Head'. Furthermore, he will stage a huge pop concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London on the 20th of September to raise crucial funding for more medical research into finding new treatments for the disease.