South Korean boy band PENTAGON are set to release new music in the coming March.
Yesterday (February 10), Korean newspaper Hankook Ilbo reported the group are set to return with a comeback next month, with a new album. The boyband will is also scheduled to film a music video sometime next week.
PENTAGON’s label, Cube Entertainment, made a statement on the same day to verify the earlier report. “PENTAGON are stepping up final preparations for a new album and is aiming to make a comeback in mid-March. Please look forward to it and give them a lot of attention,” the agency said, as translated by Soompi.
This comeback will follow the group’s 10th mini album ‘WE:TH’, which was released on October 12. That six-track record included lead single ‘Daisy’ as well as ‘I’m Here’, a song composed by their member Jinho, who is currently serving his military service.
Last December 13, the group performed for fans virtually via live online concert 2020 Pentagon Online Concert [WE L:VE]. A few days later, they treated fans to a new release called ‘Eternal Flame’.
The multinational boy band, composed of Korean members Jinho, Hui, Hongseok, Shinwon, Yeo One, Kino and Wooseok, Chinese member Yan An and Japanese member Yuto, were launched in 2016 and released their self-titled debut album in the same year.