Boy band New Priority have spoken about their experiences on Little Mix: The Search, saying that ‘brotherly love’ was in the air from day one.
The band – consisting of Kaci Brookz, Adam Harison, Talis Eros, Zeekay and Lee Collinson – left the competition on tonight’s show, after finding themselves in the bottom two.
As well as burgeoning friendships, the group believes that Little Mix’s advice and their experiences on the show will stand them in good stead for the future.
Speaking to Metro.co.uk, the band talked about their experiences after leaving the competition, saying they were feeling positive.
Talis said: ‘On the day, obviously, emotions were everywhere and we were all a little bit upset about it. But I think we’ve come away now. We know we’ve got that platform from the show. So now it’s just about building from that. I think we’re feeling quite positive.’
Kaci agreed: ‘We performed well. Everyone’s upped the ante and everyone’s upped the talent. They were very, very hard decisions to make.’
The boys moved in together on the show during lockdown, and quickly got to know one another well.
‘There was a brotherly love in the air,’ Zeekay said, with Adam stating: ‘We bonded pretty much instantly as a group. It was like, ‘let’s do this’.’
They’re set to stay together and work on new material as a band after the show. While they all bring their own influences to the mix, they all agree that BTS – the biggest boyband in the world – are a group to aspire to.
‘Yeah they’re sick. They’re very talented guys,’ Kaci praised. ‘Their music videos and their performance is really, really good.’
The group are grateful for the advice given to them by Little Mix members Perrie, Jesy, Jade and Leigh-Anne, with Talis saying: ‘I think getting help from professionals and guidance from the vocal coaches and choreographers on the show has helped us.’
Looking ahead, he added: ‘I think from the first time we perform to the last time on the show, I think all of us have just grown massively. We’ve got stuff that we’ve learned from the show that we can take for the future now.’
Little Mix are now left with the girl vocal group Nostalia, girl dance group Melladaze, RnB and Hip Hop group YChange, and live instrumental band Since September.
Little Mix: The Search continues on Saturday at 6pm on BBC One.
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