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Seventeen to drop fourth full-length album next month

All News 08:26 April 22, 2022

SEOUL, April 22 (Yonhap) -- K-pop boy group Seventeen will release its fourth full-length album titled "Face the Sun" on May 27, the group's agency, Pledis Entertainment, said Friday.

The band unveiled a teaser poster featuring various objects that hint at the concept of the highly anticipated album, such as stairs, ropes, the sun and an old map on Twitter.

A week ago, Seventeen pre-released its first English-language song, "Darl+ling."

The track from the upcoming album topped iTunes charts in 34 regions around the world, including Singapore, the Philippines, Egypt and Indonesia, upon its release.

K-pop supergroup Seventeen poses for photographers during a press conference held at Apple's Myeongdong store in central Seoul on April 7, 2022, in this photo provided by Apple Korea. (PHOTO NOT FOR SALE) (Yonhap)

Debuting in May 2015, the 13-member ensemble has grown to be one of the top K-pop idol groups.

Last year, it produced two consecutive million sellers with its eighth EP, "Your Choice," and ninth EP, "Attacca."

The upcoming album will mark the band's first studio album since "An Ode," which dropped in September 2019.

This photo captured from Seventeen's Twitter account is a teaser image for "Face the Sun," the group's fourth full-length album, set to be released May 27, 2022. (PHOTO NOT FOR SALE) (Yonhap)


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