American band

Why Don’t Nosotros

Why Don’t Nosotros at B96 Jingle Bash 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. From left to right: Seavey, Besson, Marais, Herron, and Avery.

Background information
Origin Los Angeles, California, Us
Genres
  • Pop
  • pop rock
Years active 2016–present
Labels Atlantic
Website whydontwemusic.com
Members
  • Jack Avery
  • Corbyn Besson
  • Zach Herron
  • Jonah Marais
  • Daniel Seavey

Why Don’t Nosotros, shortened to
WDW, are an American boy band consisting of Jonah Marais, Corbyn Besson, Daniel Seavey, Jack Avery, and Zach Herron. They were formed in 2016 and accept released two studio albums and half-dozen extended plays.

History

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2016–2017: Career beginnings

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The ring originally formed on September 27, 2016,[1]
after having all met in Los Angeles, California a twelvemonth prior.[2]
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[4]
On October xx, 2016, the group released their debut single “Taking You”, a track from their debut EP,
Only the Beginning, which was released on Nov 25 of the same year.[5]
They embarked on their beginning headlining tour, the “Taking You Tour”, the next year. Their second EP,
Something Different, was released on April 21, 2017.[6]
[seven]
Post-obit the release of their 2nd EP, they embarked on the Something Different Tour, their 2d headlining tour.[eight]
The grouping’s tertiary EP,
Why Don’t We Just, was released on June two, 2017.[9]
In September 2017, the ring signed with Atlantic Records.[10]
That same month,
Invitation, their fourth EP, was released.[11]
On November 23, 2017, they released their fifth EP,
A Why Don’t We Christmas.[12]
[13]
In 2018, in support of the
Invitation
EP, they headlined the “Invitation Tour”.[14]
Additionally the band has appeared in several vlogs of YouTuber Logan Paul.[15]
Paul has directed three music videos for the band, all which were Nobody Gotta Know, Something Dissimilar, and collaboration in Help Me Help You. (They have 5 extended plays)


2018–2019:
8 Messages
and 12/12 era


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On Baronial 31, 2018, they released their commencement album,
8 Letters.[16]
The record debuted at number nine on the US
Billboard
200,[17]
and was preceded past three singles: “Hooked”, “Talk”, and “8 Letters”.[18]
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[xx]
In March 2019, they embarked on the “8 Letters Tour”.[21]

Why Don’t We released a new song each calendar month in 2019. On January 16, they released “Big Plans”,[22]
and a music video was released 3 days subsequently.[23]
The song received a gilded certification from the RIAA in Apr 2020.[24]
On Valentine’south Day, the grouping released “Cold In LA”,[25]
along with a music video 2 days later.[26]
On March xx, 2019 they released the humorous song “I Don’t Belong in This Society” featuring American rapper Macklemore.[27]
It was certified gold by the RIAA in August 2020.[28]
On April 20, the group released “Don’t Modify”, which was featured on the soundtrack album of the animated film
UglyDolls.[29]
In May, the grouping unveiled their 5th song of the year, “Unbelievable”.[30]
In June, they released “Come To Brazil”, inspired by fans oftentimes asking them to visit the state.[31]
On July 26, the band released the song “I All the same Practice”.[32]
On Baronial 23, they released “What Am I”, penned by Ed Sheeran, who previously wrote “Trust Fund Baby”.[33]
The song was certified gilded by the RIAA in June of the following year.[34]
On Oct 25, they released “Mad At You”.[35]
The following month, the group released the Christmas song “With You This Christmas”.[36]
On December 30, the group released their twelfth and final song of 2019, “Chills”.[37]
The group then took a nine-month pause soon after the music video release.[38]


2020–present:
The Good Times and the Bad Ones


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On September 29, 2020, the band released “Fallin’ (Adrenaline)”, the lead single from their second album,
The Good Times and the Bad Ones.[39]
It debuted at number 37 on the U.s.
Billboard
Hot 100 chart, their beginning e’er entry.[40]
Their second single from the anthology, “Lotus Inn”, was released on December 4, 2020.[41]
They starred in a YouTube documentary titled
30 Days With, which showed the last stages of development and behind the scenes content of their then-upcoming anthology for 30 days.[42]
Their third single from the anthology, “Irksome Downwards”, was released on December 17, 2020.[43]
On January 15, 2021,
The Good Times and The Bad Ones
was released. The album is largely cocky-produced, although information technology besides features the productions of Travis Barker, Skrillex, and Timbaland.[44]
The anthology debuted at number 3 on the
Billboard
200 albums chart, making this their highest entry on the chart.[45]

In 2021, the band and their director Randy Phillips filed a lawsuit against their other band manager David Loeffler. The ring then petitioned the California Labor Committee to throw out its contract with Loeffler and direction company Signature Entertainment.[46]
The band released the single “Dearest Back” on October 6, 2021.

Musical influences

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Why Don’t We prior to their 2nd anthology release

The band has cited Justin Bieber as their primary musical inspiration, in addition to v Seconds of Summer, Boyz Two Men, The Beatles, Drake, Ed Sheeran, Childish Gambino, Jon Bellion, Post Malone, Frank Sea and CNCO.
[47]
[48]

Ring members

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Jack Robert Avery

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Jack Robert Avery (born July 1, 1999) was born in Burbank, California, but raised in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania.[49]
[50]
[51]
Avery released a solo single chosen “Liar” in 2016 and was part of the come across-and-greet tour “Impact”, which members Zach Herron and Corbyn Besson were as well a part of.[52]
He also starred in a short picture called
Fearless Five.[53]
On April 22, 2019, Avery’s quondam girlfriend, Gabriela Gonzalez, gave birth to their daughter.[54]

Corbyn Matthew Besson

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Corbyn Matthew Besson (born November 25, 1998) was born in Dallas, Texas,[55]
but raised in Virginia. Besson went to high school in Centreville, Virginia.[56]
Besson’s cousins are Dutch girl group O’G3NE.[57]
Before Why Don’t We, he had a following on YouNow and released a solo unmarried chosen “The Just One” to iTunes in 2014. His other acoustic single, Marathon, was also released on the platform.
[58]
Besson was as well a part of the Impact tour forth with Zach Herron and Jack Avery.

Zachary Dean Herron

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Zachary Dean Herron (built-in May 27, 2001), the youngest member of the group, was raised in Dallas, Texas.[55]
Growing up, he sang in the choir. Before Why Don’t Nosotros, Herron covered songs on YouTube and also produced two singles himself, Timelapse and Why, in 2016.[59]

Jonah Marais Roth Frantzich

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Jonah Marais Roth Frantzich (born June 16, 1998), the oldest fellow member of the group, grew up in Stillwater, Minnesota.[60]
[61]
Before Why Don’t Nosotros, Marais had a post-obit on YouNow and released an anthology,
When the Daylight’s Gone
in 2016. He as well released a unmarried,
My Next Ex-Girlfriend
with The Potash Twins and went on the 2014 DigiTour.[62]

Daniel James Seavey

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Daniel James Seavey (born April two, 1999), grew upwards in Portland, Oregon.[63]
[64]
A principal producer of the ring, he can play over 20 instruments by ear.[65]
As a child, his father would take him to practise street performances on the city’south fine art walks.[66]
In 2015, Seavey competed on season xiv of
American Idol
and finished in ninth place, getting voted off on his altogether.[67]

Discography

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  • eight Messages
    (2018)
  • The Good Times and the Bad Ones
    (2021)

Awards and nominations

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iHeartRadio MMVAs

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BreakTudo Awards

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iHeartRadio Music Awards

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MTV Europe Music Awards

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MTV Video Music Awards

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Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards

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Radio Disney Music Awards

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Teen Choice Awards

[edit]

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“In the Limelight” Autobiography of the boys

External links

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  • Official website

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