The Backstreet Boys have recently started working on the follow-up to their 1997 self-titled album, a record tentatively scheduled for the spring of 1999.
The as-yet-untitled album is being recorded in the Boys' hometown of Orlando, Florida, as well as in Sweden with producer Max Martin, who handled some of the production duties on the group's multi-platinum debut.
In related news, the Backstreet Boys are preparing to release their next video, "All I Have to Give," during the next few weeks. Shot on location in Los Angeles by Nigel Dick, the new video marks the group's fifth single off its current "Backstreet Boys" album.
"All I Have to Give" will be out to radio on November 16, and will be available in stores on January 8. The Backstreet Boys have also agreed to appear in an upcoming milk ad, which is expected to be out in January.