Union J have signed up for the Virgin Media V Festival 2014, band member George Shelley has confirmed.
Union J have signed up for next year's Virgin Media V Festival.
George Shelley - who stars in the boy band alongside Josh Cuthbert, JJ Hamblett and Jaymi Hensley - has confirmed the 'Carry You' hitmakers are already on board for the music spectacle in 2014, and he can't wait to take to the stage to perform in front of their loyal fans.
When asked why the group weren't on this year's line-up, he exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''Don't worry, we are signed up for next year so that'll be good.''
The boy band are set to release the second single from their forthcoming debut album, and while George remained tight-lipped on the specific details about the track, the 20-year-old has promised fans they can expect something completely different to 'Carry You'.
He added: ''The next single us something a bit different, people won't be expecting it. We're looking forward to seeing what people say.''
George was one of several stars who was at the Virgin Media Louder Lounge at the V Festival in Chemlsford, Essex, south east England over the weekend.
A number of big names including Marvin Humes, Pixie Lott, Niall Horan, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and cricketer Stuart Broad all spent time relaxing in the luxurious VIP setting.
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