EverYoung was a four-piece vocal group consisting of two males and two females.
They released five singles in their time together, between 2012 and 2015. At the time, none of them reached the UK charts.
But now, the Official Charts Company has revealed that their Spotify streams have shot up 1681% compared to two weeks ago.
Their music video plays on YouTube are also shooting up: Icy Blue has 101,000 views, and Stuck In This Mess has 83,000.
Of their covers, their spin on Little Mix’s Move has 35,000 views and their version of Meghan Trainor’s All About That Bass has 81,000.
Love Island viewers have been stunned in recent weeks to connect the dots and realise where they know Eyal from.
“As if Eyal was apart of the group who came into school assembly in year 9,” said one person, realising where they knew him from.
“how have I only just realised that I met Eyal when he was in Everyoung?!?” said someone else.
A third twigged: “Falling off my chair realising Eyal is the fit one from everyoung who performed at my school in year 8.”
As their videos do the rounds, one user remarked: “Eyal singing in his little group “EverYoung”, is the cringiest thing I’ve seen.”
Eyal is not faring well with viewers of Love Island 2018 – on OddsChecker’s Top Boy market, he is dead last with 22/1 odds from BoyleSports.
Still, perhaps he can look forward to a revived pop career when he leaves.
The other members of EverYoung were Hollie McKinlay, Jack Morlen, Cherelle Williams.
None of them have commented on Booker’s reality TV stint on their Twitter feeds.