It's every 90s kid's dream--unless you were a "Backstreet" fan.
Members of the all boy band "98 Degrees" announced that they're reuniting to release a Christmas album and tour, WENN reported.
Nick Lachey and his three bandmates will mark their 20th anniversary with the release of their second Christmas album, "Let It Snow"--their first album since "2.0" in 2013.
The band still consider its 1999's "This Christmas" their favorite musical project--itching to recerate that nostolgia when they began recording the new album.
"We thought, 'Why not do a second version of that?' and try to create the same type of timeless classic sound that we thought we accomplished in the first one. It just made the most sense. We loved the first record and we're loving the second record, too."
As for what songs will be featured on "Let It Snow," 98 Degrees isn't talking, though, the album's title appears to give away at least one track.
"We have two a cappella songs on this record... A cappella has been something that we've always done and prided ourselves on, so there's that element," Drew Lachey added. "Then we just literally went down our favorite Christmas songs and figured out which would work well and compliment each other. We didn't just want song after song, we wanted a journey."
The album will hit stores in October.