JLS Offer Up A Simple Video For Charity Single “Love You More”

Oct 1st, 2010 // 4 Comments

UK boy band JLS unveiled their new single “Love You More” today with the premiere of the ballad’s black and white video. BBC Newsround reports that the song will be the official Children In Need charity single in Britain this year, so it makes sense that the clip is a bit more subdued than some of their more dance-filled efforts. Check it out below.

“Love You More” will appear on JLS’ sophomore album Outta This World, which has a UK release date of November 22.

The lads face some pretty stiff competition, however, from Take That—now with Robbie Williams back in the band—who are releasing their sixth album Progress the same day.

At any rate, we’re just disappointed JLS’ “Love You More” didn’t turn out to be a cover of Sunscreem’s ravetastic 1992 jam “Love U More.”

  1. Funny you mention Take That in the post, because I was thinking this song reminded me a little bit of “Back For Good”. This could possibly be the single to break the boys in the US like “Back For Good” did for Take That. Then again, “Back” also earned Take That the title of “one-hit wonder” in the States.

    • John, did you read that Gary Barlow autobiography yet? Great stuff in there about Clive Davis really trying to make him into a U.S. star, both toward the end of the That and after.

  2. I didn’t, but I definitely will now.

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