GOT7 IS GOING TO BE TURNING UP THE HEAT THIS MONTH AS THE GROUP IS ON THEIR WAY TO BRING FORTH SOME FIERY TUNES ON THEIR FORTHCOMING EP!
Get ready Ahgase, GOT7 is all set to make their highly-anticipated comeback soon. The group has been amplifying the excitement for the same with the reveal of their official SNS and logo, among others. However, they took the elation of fans up a notch with the reveal of a packed track list for their upcoming album.
The stellar septet’s EP includes six tracks in total namely, “Truth”, “Drive Me To The Moon”, the album’s title track “Nanana”, “Two”, “Don’t Care About Me”, and “Don’t Leave Me Alone”.
What’s more? the group’s members, particularly Jay B, Youngjae, Yugyeom, and Jinyoung have also spotlighted their multifold talents and participated in writing and composing most of the tracks in the release.
It goes without saying that there is much intrigue as to what kind of concept and sound style GOT7 will showcase through the new album, and with good reason. The much-loved group has time and again impressed listeners across the globe with their diverse discography. Moreover, they have highlighted their unparalleled versatility with both, solo as well as group projects.
Aside from the unveiling of the track list, according to their schedule poster, GOT7 will be dazzling fans with their show-stopping visuals through not one, not two, but three sets of concept photos that will release sequentially on May 15, May 16, and May 17. These will be followed by a concept photo from their GOT7 ‘HOMECOMING’ 2022 FANCON.
Later, on May 19, the group will give a cool sneak peek into their EP will the release of their highlight medley. GOT7 will later unveil an MV still image poster on May 20. Next, from May 21-22, the septet will reveal an MV teaser while simultaneously holding their fancon that fans can stream online on May 22.
Meanwhile, GOT7 will be delivering some dynamic tunes on their upcoming EP. The album will be available across various music sites on May 23 at 6 PM KST.
Feature Image Credits: Billboard