JLS will record a new album next year.
The British boy band - who topped the UK singles charts with their first two singles 'Beat Again' and 'Everybody In Love' - will return to the recording studio as soon as they've finished touring their debut album 'JLS' and hope to release their second LP in November 2010.
Singer Marvin Humes told The Sun newspaper: "It's straight back into it with the tour in February and the release of our third single. As soon as the tour is finished the plan is that we will go into the studio and start putting the second album together."
The foursome - also consisting of Aston Merrygold, Jonathan 'JB' Gill and Oritse Williams - will rush back into the studio following their last show in March because they need new material before they embark on their first large-scale arena tour at the end of next year.
He added: "That should be ready to go by November and fans will be able to hear the new songs at the arena tour next December."
Last month, the band - who were runners-up in last year's UK TV singing contest 'The X Factor' - signed an expensive deal with record label EMI which will help them cash in from their new material.