Only The Young's debut single 'I Do' delayed due to Calais migrant crisis

Published Monday, Aug 3 2015, 18:30 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Only The Young's debut single 'I Do' has been delayed.

The X Factor stars have had to move their release date back a week due to the migrant crisis in Calais, which has led to huge delays on cross-Channel services.

Only The Young - Parisa Tarjomani Charlie George Mikey Bromley Betsy-Blue English - outside the ITV studios. 29 July 2015.

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The band told BBC Newsbeat: "Due to all the stuff happening in Calais our CDs actually got stuck.

"Our management called us at ridiculous o'clock at night and they were like 'so guys the song was supposed to come out in two days but it's been put back'."

As a result of the delay, Mikey Bromley, Betsy-Blue English, Parisa Tarjomani and Charlie George have had to reschedule their meet and greet tour too.

Only The Young rose to fame on last year's X Factor after being mentored by Louis Walsh.

They were eliminated from the show in week 11, but that didn't stop them from pursuing their music dreams, and in May, they announced they would be releasing their first single with Warner music.

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Watch Only The Young's video for 'I Do' below: