British boy band Blue have returned to Europe to promote their forthcoming single and album after a whirlwind visit to Hong Kong earlier this week. The foursome - Lee Ryan, Antony Costa, Simon Webbe and Duncan James - stopped in Hong Kong for one day after visiting Japan and Taiwan to promote their latest single, Guilty, and the new album. During the visit, the band held a press conference at the Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel, kicking off the six-week countdown of the release of their third album, which they have worked on for the last six months. The name of the album is as yet unconfirmed, but it is thought that it will also be called Guilty. The new single, a ballad written by Duncan with production team True North, will be out next month. Formed in 2001, Blue had a big success with their debut album, All Rise, and earlier this year they were named the Favourite Pop Act at MTV Asia Awards. When asked what made the four feel guilty, 19-year-old member Lee - who had a brush with the law last month after he was arrested in London for drink-driving - said he felt guilty for the poverty in the world. Duncan, 24, said he felt bad about not devoting more time to the band's fans, and Antony, 21, said he regretted that he had too little time to spend with his family and friends. The band, who teamed up with veteran singer Elton John on their last album, One Love - which sold more than 1.35 million in Britain and 500,000 in Southeast Asia - said they might collaborate with other stars on the upcoming record. 'There will be some more surprises to come,' said Simon, 24. Asked at their press conference for a performance, the band showed off their vocal talents with improvised a cappella versions of their new single and hit numbers One Love and Made Me Wanna. The band now plan to start a second promotional tour in England in November.