Lines & Circles
2015 release, the third album from the boy band and their first since 2002. Brought together by MTV, ABC and Lou Pearlman, the music industry maverick behind *N Sync and the Backstreet Boys, O-Town was the very first band to find success as a music group via the medium of television. At the height of their fame, O-Town sold over three million albums, scored two US #1's, two UK Top 5's and travelled the world performing their hits. The band officially reformed as a four-piece in 2011, without original band member Ashley Parker Angel.