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How Tom Parker’s health crisis brought the wanted people back together

“I think coming back we know exactly what we like and what we like to creatively do and have a vision, personally and as a group, of what we want to accomplish,” observed Kaneswaran, the only one. Dublin-born group. member, who released his first solo single ‘Breathe In’ in 2019. “And I think that solidified over the years until we got here.”

“We all knew what we wanted,” said the 32-year-old, “we all know how we feel, and the whole time away, I think, has humbled us all in some way.”

Now a most successful album is in the works, as is a tour.

However, aside from their impressive songbook, McGuiness said, “I think the most important thing to know about the tour is that I tried to suggest that we go vegetarian and Max was not happy with that. . Siva and Nathan are up for it. Maybe even vegan! We’re trying to be The Wanted Conscientious 2021 but Max is still here with his beef and whole milk. “

They all laughed. “At least I don’t put oatmilk in my cereal,” George charged, unintentionally throwing up a hot topic, with Sykes in defense (“Hey, that’s cool”) and Parker insisting “this deserves to be done. ‘be in the trash forever. “

George suggested that people just pretended to like him and preferred regular milk, to which Sykes replied, “I wouldn’t, I’m very intolerant.”

Parker joked, “Why doesn’t that surprise me?” Sykes explained that, “Naturally most humans are intolerant to dairy,” prompting McGuiness to crack down, “I mean, naturally most humans are alcohol intolerant and that doesn’t stop any of them. we.” More laughter ensued.

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