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Why Don't We Announce New Album '8 Letters' - Listen To Title Track Now!

Why Don't We Announce New Album '8 Letters' - Listen To Title Track Now!

Why Don’t We just announced their debut album and we are so stoked about it!

The guys – Daniel Seavey, Zach Herron, Corbyn Besson, Jonah Marais, and Jack Avery – revealed that the album, called 8 Letters, will drop on Friday, August 31st.

The album includes eight tracks, including “8 Letters”, “Talk”, and “Hooked”.

You can pre-order Why Don’t We‘s 8 Letters album HERE.

Why Don’t We will also be announcing a major North American headline tour soon!

Check out the title track below now!

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Why Don't We Drop New Song 'Talk' - Listen & Download Here!

Why Don't We Drop New Song 'Talk' - Listen & Download Here!

Why Don’t We are giving us life with their new song, “Talk”.

The guys – Daniel Seavey, Zach Herron, Corbyn Besson, Jonah Marais, and Jack Avery – debuted the song this week and were really excited to see what they’re fans thought of it.

“TALK is out! I think I’m a little late on this tweet like always hahah but hey check it out, ahhh I’ve been so excited to release this,” Zach wrote on Twitter.

And the fans do like it!

Daniel added later, “I’m going to bed the happiest I could possibly be in this moment 😅 soo glad u all are lovin talk. Love u guys.”

Check out the track below and pick it up on all these digital retailers!

Why Don't We Get Ready For Their European Tour!

Why Don't We Get Ready For Their European Tour!

Why Don’t We are about to hit the road across the pond!

The group – Jonah Marais, Corbyn Besson, Daniel Seavey, Jack Avery, and Zach Herron – are getting pumped for their tour throughout Europe next month.

WDW took to their Instagram to share a video as they were loading out from the last North American show of The Invitation Tour.

While the guys seemed excited to have wrapped up some major shows, their tour manager quickly reminded them they’ve got to get going to Europe!

“We ain’t done. Let’s go Europe,” the band captioned the video.

Check out the entire vid below…

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Why Don't We Drops 'Trust Fund Baby' Acoustic Version - Listen Now!

Why Don't We Drops 'Trust Fund Baby' Acoustic Version - Listen Now!

Why Don’t We just put a new spin on their hit song “Trust Fund Baby!”

The group – Corbyn Besson, Daniel Seavey, Jack Avery, Jonah Marais and Zach Herron – dropped an acoustic version of the song, which was penned by Ed Sheeran.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Why Don’t We

In the song, WDY get the chance to showcase their pitch-perfect harmonies on the already amazing song!

Make sure to listen to the new version below…

Pictured inside: Why Don’t We performing as part of the Invitation on Saturday night (April 21) at the Playstation Theater in New York City.

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Why Don't We Open Up About Working With Ed Sheeran

Why Don't We Open Up About Working With Ed Sheeran

Why Don’t We just released their new song “Trust Fund Baby” last week, and they’re opening up about working with Ed Sheeran, who penned the track.

The guys – Jonah Marais, Corbyn Besson, Daniel Seavey, Jack Avery, and Zach Herron – chatted with MTV about the song, and what it was like working with Ed.

“This song, I think this is probably the song we’re all most proud of just because of who it’s with and everything,” Daniel said.

Jonah added, “Ed Sheeran is a god.”

“Super humble. I heard everybody say that about him, but you know, you’re never too sure until you meet the people,” Corbyn chimed in. “When we met him, very nice, very genuine, super happy for you guys.”

“When you’re talking to him, it’s like you’re talking to another guy but then he’s this genius,” Daniel said. “Seeing how passionate he is, with all his success, he could right now be like, ‘I’m done’ and be good for the rest of his life, but it’s not about being good for the rest of his life. It’s about the music.”

“It’s also fascinating how in the moment with the music he is. In this industry, everyone is pulling you in separate ways, and he was just very right there when you’re talking to him,” Jonah concluded.