It won’t be long until we hear another epic new album from South Korean rock band CNBLUE.
That’s right, BOICEs. According to Korean media outlet News1, the 4-member band is said to be gearing up for their impending comeback this September!
CNBLUE’s talent agency FNC Entertainment has yet to confirm the report, but if it’s true, the new album would mark their first comeback as a group in Korea since the release of mini album “Can’t Stop” in February 2014. It will also see leader Jung Yong Hwa reuniting with his group members after making his debut as a solo artiste with his album “One Fine Day” earlier in January this year.
The 4-piece band is reportedly in the final stages of recording for their new untitled full album. It was revealed that the title track will be song written by Yong Hwa and it is described to be “a rock song that has a disco feel”.
Though the agency has yet to disclose any information, we’re already feeling excited about the album. After all, this band gave us one of our most memorable nights of 2014 with their concert last year ;)
UPDATE (28th August, 2:08pm):
The earlier rumour regarding CNBLUE’s possible comeback is true after all.
CNBLUE’s agency FNC Entertainment confirmed that the band will indeed make a comeback with a new album on 14th September. The album jacket covers for their upcoming second full-length album titled “2gether” were also released.
What do you think their comeback concept would be like? What do you expect to hear from their new album? Sound off your thoughts in the comments section below.