BTS comeback: Bangstan boys all set to release new album next month

Fans are looking forward for a new album by their favourite band, BTS.

BTS Boy Band
BTS has been gathering a lot of appreciation and awards. Pinterest

After earning accolades and a big name for themselves, Bangstan boys are ready to make a grand comeback next month. The boy band achieved new heights in the past one year and now they seem to be absolutely unstoppable.

It has been reported by SBS that the boy band BTS will release a new album in February and it's been said that the new album will be similar to their earlier record breaking number 'Wings'. The album will be a repackaged version but whether the new album will contain all new songs or might see some anticipated mixture of old and new songs, is not yet known.

As reported by Popcrush, the agency backing the group Big Hit Entertainment released a clarifying statement which reads" "It's true that BTS is currently preparing with the goal of a comeback in February, but nothing has yet been confirmed... They are still discussing what type of release they will put out. No time period for a release has been set."

But this new album will not be able to witness intense promotional events that usually last a long period to boost the sales. In fact , due to their "Wings" concert tour lined up for the next month, their upcoming album will have a short and reduced period of promotion. But with the already established reputation of the the group and their widely liked and recognised songs, the short period of promotion will not pose any big problems for their upcoming album.

The news of the boy band releasing a new album in the very next month has made their fans happy. The group's latest 2016 studio album has set the record for the highest-charting, best-selling K-Pop album on the Billboard 200 along with their video of 'Blood, Sweat and Tears' has been listed as top ten videos, rubbing shoulders with top American artists.

This article was first published on January 14, 2017
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