The Click Five checked in with fans on their blog at MySpace (@theclickfive) on November 15th, talking about the release of their third album. The Boston pop rock group write:
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Our long awaited third album, entitled “TCV”, is coming out TODAY Via Warner Music in SINGAPORE, and the rest of the world will follow.
We are so happy that this record is finally releasing. It’s been a really long process, and we love our fans for staying with us, we absolutely can’t wait for you to hear this record. Go Buy It !
If you are not in Singapore, stayed tuned for details on purchasing.
THANK YOU TO OUR FANS AND FRIENDS AND FAMILY.
-The Click Five
The Click Five posted the following news at their blog at MySpace (@theclickfive) on Saturday (November 8):
We are very happy to announce that The Click Five will be performing live in Asia in December to help promote MTV’s initiative to help end human trafficking and exploitation at the MTV Exit concerts December 7 in Angkor Wat, Cambodia; December 12 in Phnom Phen, Cambodia; and December 14 in Bangkok, Thailand. Stay tuned for more details on how you can attend and for more information on this important social issue, please visit www.mtvexit.com. Also, we would like to say to our friends and fans in Beijing, China would have been asking for the band for years now to perform in concert there….also, stay tuned. Your wishes may soon be granted…
The Click Five have just posted the full tracks of ‘Headlight Disco’ and ‘Long Way To Go’, off their new album ”Modern Minds and Pastimes’, out Tuesday (June 26), on their MySpace page, promising more tracks this weekend. Check them out at myspace.com/theclickfive.
Tommy2.net has posted the cover artwork of their new single ‘Jenny’ and it features their image reflected in a puddle still making the face of their new singer a mystery. Listen to the song at myspace.com/theclickfive.
The Click Five checked in with fans on their blog at myspace, with news that singer Eric Dill is no longer with the boy band. “Hey Everyone! We hope you are all doing great,” they write. “We are excited to announce that we have brought on a new singer. After several years of playing together we have decided to part ways with Eric. We know he will be missed by many and we wish him the best success in his other endeavors. All that said, things are getting very exciting for The Click Five! Get ready because the first single off our sophomore record will be hitting the airwaves within the next month, and we’ll be revealing the new singer as soon as we get some hot topless shots of him for you! Changes come with the seasons and we are excited that this Spring is going to be the rebirth of everything we love about music. We’ll see you in your city soon! Lets do it, Ethan, Joe, Joey and Ben”
The Click Five had a very successful promo trip to Asia, in which they played numerous shows, visited radio stations, and visited MTV studios. Their sound seems to be catching on over there, and their current single “Catch Your Wave” is doing very well on the music charts. Check out pictures at theclickfive.com.
Rolling Stone Originals features a set by The Click Five. Watch the band perform live versions of ‘Friday Night’, ‘Just the Girl’, and ‘Catch Your Wave’ at rhapsody.com.
The Click Five vocalist Eric Dill and drummer Joey Zehr spoke with Buffalo News in a Q&A, where they were asked if there were any cool stories from their tour with the Backstreet Boys. “The last show with Backstreet Boys, they have that song ‘Just Want You To Know,'” Dill explained. “And that video, they dressed up all ’80s and stuff. So we talked to the people on the tour, and I think basically everyone knew but the guys. We were up on these tiers above the stage where all this fire and streamers go off from, and during that song we sorta came down in this V formation thing. They were really caught off guard by it. I remember Nick (Carter) just stopped and was like ‘What the-?!’ but they all got really into it; I remember, like, Brian (Littrell) especially was getting really into it.”
Marcos Hernandez, Gavin DeGraw, Howie Day, Bronson Arroyo, The Pussycat Dolls, and The Click Five performed at the Kiss 108 FM Jingle Ball 2005 on Tuesday (December 13) at Tsongas Arena in Lowell, Massachusetts. Check out pictures from FilmMagic.
Eric Dill of The Click Five was on the phone with Jackie & Bender of KISS 106.1 FM in Seattle in a segment aired Friday (December 2). Dill was promoting the band’s appearance on last night’s Jingle Bell Bash and he talked about their upcoming schedule, recording a song for a movie, not having any time off for 11 months, spending Thanksgiving without his family, the difficulties making money as an artist and how the money thing works, and more. Kiss1061.com has since removed the audio.