The band's manager, Alan Sacks, said in the article that Sony reached out after noticing a viral video of one of the group's Times Square performances. (See one above.)
But while the seven-figure deal conjures images of fancy living, album sales will have to be substantial for the band to "see the real money" on top of a $60,000 advance, the Post wrote. And according to the New York Daily News, the boys could earn up to $1.7 million if the label were to stick with ...
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