AB6IX makes comeback with ‘A to B’ and says new album is fire

연합뉴스 / 2022-05-18 17:48:45
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▲  This image, provided by Brand New Music, shows AB6IX. (PHOTO NOT FOR SALE) (Yonhap)


▲ This image, provided by Brand New Music, shows AB6IX. (PHOTO NOT FOR SALE) (Yonhap)



SEOUL, May 18 (Yonhap) -- Group AB6IX has returned on Wednesday with the fifth mini-album “A to B.” This album is released 8 months after the group’s second full album “MO' COMPLETE.”

AB6IX said in an online press conference held on the same day, “We filled it with music that holds our growth and change.”

AB6IX each expressed the music and color that it showed through the “COMPLETE” series to “A,” and the goals it wants to challenge in the future to “B.”

Member Park Woo-jin emphasized, “It means that we're taking a step forward to a new level without losing our color.”

Jeon Woong said that this album has “the biggest transformation in music,” and added, “It was a new challenge for us, and we can grow more.”

The title song “SAVIOR” is a hip-hop genre that expresses AB6IX's desire to be the light to its fans under any circumstances and that the fans referred to as “you,” are the group’s savior.

Park Woo-jin expressed, “We want to be the ones saving our fans from the tired daily lives with our good songs and strength.”

The members' participation in this album is remarkable to the extent that they pride themselves as "producer idols." For the first time, Park wrote all the lyrics for the first track “PARACHUTE” and Lee Dae-hwi participated in the lyrics and composition of the track “Why we broke up” (translated title).

Kim Dong-hyun said that his album is “AB6IX’s trigger,” adding, “The wick is made, and it will explode when it's on fire” (laughs).

AB6IX will celebrate its third debut anniversary on May 22nd.

Starting with Seoul from the 4th to the 5th of June, the group will hold fan meetings in Tokyo from the 16th to the 17th, New York on the 20th, Atlanta on the 22nd, Chicago on the 24th, Dallas on the 26th, Seattle on the 29th, and Los Angeles on July 1st.

(This article is translated from Korean to English by An Hayeon.)



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