Hanson are set to delve into their back catalogue with a five-night residency at King’s College in London in June.
The pop trio will play their four previously released major studio albums in full before finishing their stint with their upcoming release ‘Shout It Out’, reports Digital Spy.
The event, entitled ‘5 of 5 London’, brings to the UK the five night show they had recorded for DVD in New York last year.
The three brothers, looking slightly less fresh-faced than they did when they broke in the mid-90s, will revisit their 1996 ‘Middle of Nowhere’ album — which spawned the hit ‘MMMBop’ — on 5 June.
They’ll also play ‘This Time Around’, ‘Underneath’ and ‘The Walk’ in full before launching into their new album on 10 June — five days after its UK release.
As reported by MTV.com, Hanson recently organised a 12-hour live stream from SXSW to raise funds for the victims of the earthquake and tsunami which struck Japan in March, calling upon the likes of R.E.M’s Michael Stipe and Bowling For Soup for support.