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Boy band NU'EST to release second Japanese album in October

All News 16:42 August 05, 2020

SEOUL, Aug. 5 (Yonhap) -- K-pop boy band NU'EST plans to drop its second Japanese album later this year, the group's management agency said Wednesday.

The five-piece boy band will release "Drive," a follow-up to their 2015 Japanese studio album "Bridge the World," on Oct 7, according to Pledis Entertainment.

The new album will be fronted by an original Japanese song of the same title. The lead song, according to Pledis, is a medium-tempo number with a "mature atmosphere."

The album will also carry several hits that were previously released in South Korea, including "Call Me Back," "Love Me" and "I'm In Trouble," Pledis said.

Having debuted in 2012 with the single "Face," the five-piece boy band has put out one studio album and eight EPs in South Korea, with the most recent EP being "The Nocturne," released in May.

A file publicity photo of K-pop group NU'EST provided by Pledis Entertainment (PHOTO NOT FOR SALE) (Yonhap)


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