The 'I Can' group, who will represent the UK at this year's Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday in Dusseldorf, admitted their love for current country acts and stated that they are to go to Nashville to write more country-inspired pop.
"We are loving our country music, bands like Lady Antebellum," band member Duncan James told the Daily Star.
"In fact we've been writing quite a few country-style songs. We've got one called 'Thunder' which has a country feel.
"It's all about the new album after Eurovision. Me and Lee (Ryan) are going to go off to Nashville to write some songs."
James continued to reveal that they are also working with other producers with a different range of genres, too.
"Lady GaGa's producer RedOne came on board and he's heavily involved too. We are doing sessions this week. He's really excited about our new sound."
The foursome recently confirmed to Digital Spy that they have worked with Ne-Yo and Bruno Mars for the new record.
> Blue rehearse for Eurovision in Germany
Watch the video for Blue's Eurovision entry 'I Can' below: