Union J 'Started Crying' Following First Single Play
Debut song 'Carry You' was spun for the first time this morning...
Union J have revealed they cried following the first radio play of their debut single, Carry You.
The X Factor band unveiled the track this morning (April 22), explaining to Capital FM that they became emotional after seeing their fans reactions online.
JJ Hamblett told the radio station: "We started crying… I was looking at all the tweets after and the support and what people were saying was so nice. It just kind of made me bawl a little bit."
Josh Cuthbert added: "Yeah, JJ's eyes kinda started to melt."
When quizzed about the meaning of the song, Jaymi Hensley stated: "The message of the song is [that] we've been on a massive roller caster the last year with each other, and it's about being there for each other.
"It's there for the fans, we really wouldn't be here without them."
Carry You is due for release on June 2, and is the first tune to be taken from their debut LP.