Fans of the boy band group GOT7 must be very excited as the group's comeback has been confirmed. The group has revealed the schedule for their upcoming comeback this year.
On Sept. 16, GOT7 surprised their fans by announcing their much awaited comeback schedule. Plans on their upcoming comeback including teasers and comeback dates are included in their revelation.
It was revealed that a track list will be release on Sept. 17, followed by an album preview on the 18th. Consequently, on Sept. 19 a trailer will be release, teaser photos on the 20th and 21st, a music video teaser on the 23rd and an album spoiler on the 24th. A count down event with a live premiere on V app will commence on Sept. 26, Soompi reported.
It was previously reported that the GOT7 have already wrapped up recording for the album, and are in the final stages including jacket photo shoots and the like. Also, on Sept. 22, there will be a teaser for something that has been expunge shrewdly.
Much to the delight of the many fans, the group just released the track list for their upcoming album "Flight Log: Turbulence". There will be a total of 13 songs in the album with a title track "Hard Carry."
GOT7 will officially release their second full studio album on Sept. 27 along with its music video. It can be recalled that the group released their first extended play (EP) in January 2014.
Their said EP dubbed "Got It?" shot up to the number 1 spot on Billboard's World Albums chart and was number 2 on Gaon Album Chart. In January 2014, the group made their official music program debut through Mnet's M! Countdown, performing their debut single "Girls Girls Girls."
GOT7 is a South Korean boy band formed by JYP Entertainment in 2014. The group consists of seven members originating from South Korea, Thailand, Hong Kong and the United States.
It is worth noting that the group has also debuted in Japan in October 2014 with their Japanese debut single "Around the World." The single peaked at number three on Oricon's singles charts.
Catch GOT7 in their debut single "Girls Girls Girls" below: