And the countdown for f(x)‘s long awaited comeback has begun.
Fans of the idol girl group are preparing to welcome the girls back to the Korean music industry as the group’s talent agency SM Entertainment recently teased their comeback via Instagram and Twitter.
A 11-second teaser was posted by the Korean entertainment giant on Twitter, revealing the date and time of f(x)’s comeback. They are set to return with their new album on 21st October (Wednesday) at 8pm KST.
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The tweet led us to an Instagram account that was specially created for f(x)’s comeback.
Several teaser pictures were posted on the account and one of the photos came with the caption, “[4 Walls] – An Exhibit”:
The picture seemed to signify that the group will make their comeback as a 4-member girl group for the first time ever.
This came after maknae Sulli announced that she would leave the group to focus on her acting career.
If all these are indeed the teasers for their comeback, the new album will mark their first album since releasing “Red Light” in July 2014. No word on what the 4th album will be named and how many songs will be included in it, but we are excited to find out what they might have in store.
As they are known for their energetic electronic and psychedelic music, we do wonder if they will have a different approach to their new album. It’ll be exciting to see what kind of comeback concept they will pull off too.
What do you think their comeback concept will look like? Do you think their new album will consist of their self-written or self-composed tracks? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.
UPDATE (21st October, 10:36am):
It seems like f(x) will be promoting their upcoming comeback – Rihanna style!
The girl group confirmed on their official website and Instagram account that they will be holding an art exhibit as part of their album promotions.
This is similar to Rihanna’s recent album promotion as she held a party at Los Angeles gallery space to unveil the new title and the artwork of her highly anticipated album.
Tentatively known as “[4 WALLS]: AN EXHIBIT”, f(x)’s art exhibit will be held in Itaewon, Seoul for 6 days from 21st October onwards. It will open from 8pm to 12am KST. A new logo featuring all 4 members of the group was unveiled alongside the details of the exhibit.
Details regarding their album are still kept under wraps, but it is confirmed to be released midnight on 27th October (Tuesday).
UPDATE (22nd October, 12:05pm):
Leader Victoria is the first member of f(x) to release teaser images for the group’s highly anticipated comeback.
A preview video clip of their art exhibit was released alongside the teaser images. It is said to have featured some scenes from their upcoming music video.
UPDATE (23rd October, 2:34pm):
SM Entertainment has just dropped more teaser images for f(x)’s long-awaited comeback. This time around, it featured member Luna.
Check out a new video clip of their art exhibit and the gorgeous teaser images below:
UPDATE (25th October, 4:32pm):
More teaser images and preview video clips for f(x)’s highly anticipated comeback were released by SM Entertainment.
Featuring members Krystal and Victoria, the teaser images showed the girls exude retro vibes with their 90s-inspired outfits. As Krystal turned 21-year-old recently, SM Entertainment also left a birthday wish yesterday (24th October) via a teaser video below:
You can also check out the teaser video that featured Amber here:
The girls will perform the title track from their new album for the first time on 29th October on “M! Countdown”. They will then perform it on KBS’s “Music Bank” on 30th October and “Music Core” on 31st October.
According to AKP, the song will be “an elegant and strong EDM track”.
Check out teaser images that featured Krystal and Victoria below:
UPDATE (26th October, 10:37am):
SM Entertainment has finally released the first teaser video for “4 Walls”, the title track from f(x)’s upcoming album.
In true f(x) style, the psychedlic teaser video shows the girls aimlessly roaming around the woods. The background music also heightened the overall cryptic mood of the video.
Check it out:
Stay tuned for more updates.