These Limelights Are Totally Shook By Why Don’t We’s Debut Album ‘8 Letters’

These Limelights Are Totally Shook By Why Don’t We’s Debut Album ‘8 Letters’
Zack Caspary

Everyone, everywhere is totally shook!

The day has finally come and Why Don’t We‘s debut album,”8 Letters,” is out everywhere. From “Talk” to “Hooked” and every song in between we, along with all the Limelights, can’t get enough of this masterpiece. In order to celebrate the successful release of this highly-anticipated album, we scoured the internet to find some of the best fan reactions to all the boys’ latest and greatest tracks!

Keep scrolling to take a look at nine of our favorite fan tweets that totally sum up everyone’s reaction to this special day for our favorite boys:

1. We’re so thankful that this Limelight took a picture of the boys taking over NYC!

2. This is the most relatable tweet we’ve seen all day!

https://twitter.com/08Ietters/status/1035380548863225857

3. The Why Don’t We boys are going straight to the top!

4. You really can’t pick favorites, they’re all so amazing!

5. I think we’re all in agreement with this!

6. This Limelight has the cutest mom, EVER!

7. We can’t stop LOLing at this Limelight who almost broke the store to find a copy of the album!

https://twitter.com/kelsielouise__/status/1035519527445057536

8. Not only are our ears blessed today, but every day until the end of time!

https://twitter.com/gonzalezgabbiee/status/1035496147798904832

9. Thanks for teaching us how to make sure we’re still alive, Jonah!

ICYMI: The Why Don’t We boys described their debut album in just three words!

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