AB6IX to return with fifth mini-album ‘A To B’ in May

More music from the K-pop quartet is arriving next month

AB6IX are gearing up to release new music next month.

On April 27 (12am KST), the quartet shared on social media a teaser poster for their forthcoming mini-album titled ‘A To B’. It is slated for release on May 18, 6pm KST, though additional details – such as a tracklist and the leading track’s title – are expected to be revealed in the following days.

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‘A To B’ comes eight months after the release of AB6IX second studio album ‘Mo’ Complete’ and its title track ‘Cherry’. Notably, ‘Cherry’ was composed by member Lee Dae-hwi, who co-wrote the song with fellow member Park Woo-jin.

That record also included 10 new tracks and featured writing credits from Jeon Woong and Kim Dong-hyun on B-side tracks such as ‘Level Up’ and ‘3″’, respectively.

In an interview with NME, the members of AB6IX shared their insight on the inspiration behind ‘Cherry’. “We watched a lot of American high school dramas and tried to apply love stories from them onto ‘Cherry’,” vocalist Daehwi explained.

“When you eat a cherry, your lips and hands get stained in red, and I thought it’s similar to the feeling of falling in love. That’s how the song came about,” he added.

In other news, iKON has released a new teaser for their upcoming single, ‘But You’.

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The new visual features clips from the group’s forthcoming music video as well as a short preview of the track. ‘But You’ is the title track for the boyband’s upcoming mini-album, ‘Flashback’, which is slated for release on May 3 at 6pm KST.

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