The pop band trio, comprised of Emery Kelly, Ricky Garcia and Liam Attridge, have had a very busy year in 2016. This past summer, they released their debut EP, debuting on the Billboard Pop Chart at #43, toured the U.S. with Olivia Holt, played a sold out show at the Roxy theater in Los Angeles and filmed a pilot for their own Disney Channel show. In between all of that they have performed two of their singles “Hurricane” and “Enough About Me” on Good Morning America and at Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day. They walked the red carpet and attended the American Music Awards, the MTV Video Music Awards, Teen Choice Awards, Billboard Awards and the Radio Disney Music Awards. In the past year, they’ve accumulated over 20 million video views, over 2 million in overall social reach and have spent 13 weeks on Billboard’s Next Big Sound Chart. If all this wasn’t enough, MTV calls them out as #1 of “9 Boy Bands That Can Fill The Void Of One Direction’s Indefinite Hiatus,” and ET said “Forever in Your Mind is an artist you should know” leaving Inquisitr and Pandora to both ponder if “These guys could be the next One Direction.” We don’t have to question, we know that these guys are destined to be stars.