Getting lost in Hyde Park after a night on the tiles was O-Town’s last experience of London.
But this time around the American boy band are hoping to spend more time exploring the cities attractions.
The band - made up of Trevor Penick, Jacob Underwood, Erik-Michael Estrada and Dan Miller - are set to play Under the Bridge in Fulham tonight.
The boys shot to fame through the ABC show Making The Band and were signed by Clive Davis’ J-Records.
Their debut album sold 1.7 million copies and they achieved seven UK top 40 hits.
But after four years their musical journey came to an abrupt end due to financial problems caused by a battle between the TV and music companies that made the band in the first place.
Now reformed without original member Ashley Parker, the boys have learned from experience and are now self managed.
Jacob did a business degree and now manages the band’s finances, while Dan began working with production outfit The Clutch before studying graphic design and creating the bands new album artwork.