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ATEEZ To Reveal Their First Stage For Their Newest Japanese Title Track “Still Here”

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ATEEZ to perform their newest Japanese title track, “Still Here” during a special live broadcast, Into the A to Z, on Japan’s Fuji TV TWO. 

ATEEZ will greet their fans during a special live broadcast called, Into the A to Z. The program will broadcast on Japan’s Fuji TV TWO on April 25 starting at 7 PM KST. ATEEZ will perform for about two hours, revealing the first stage of their Japanese title track “Still Here”, from their first Japanese regular album Into the A to Z which they released last month.

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Special Stages In-Store

The live broadcast will exclusively air for only one day, heightening expectations for the special stages the members prepared. Moreover, the group prepared new images for fans, raising curiosity regarding what surprises they have planned.

In regards to the event, ATEEZ stated, “We cannot directly meet ATINYs in Japan, but we would like to have a time to communicate with them through this broadcast. We will provide a variety of charms that only ATEEZ can show.”

The group’s first Japanese regular full album, Into the A to Z dropped in March. The project includes a variety of Japanese versions of their fan-favorite tracks. Furthermore, ATEEZ delivered a brand new Japanese title track called, “Still Here”. The emotional, uplifting song provides fans with comfort and reinforces the group’s strong connection to their fans during this distancing time. 

Immediately following its release, the album ranked third on Oricon’s Daily Album Chart. Additionally, it ranked on Oricon’s Weekly Album Chart as well as the Weekly Combined Album Chart during the fourth week of March. 

Recently, ATEEZ appeared on Asahi TV’s program titled, BREAK OUT last month. Meanwhile, Fuji TV also aired their world tour, ATEEZ World Tour the Fellowship: MAP THE TREASURE SEOUL. Their activities in Japan illustrate the group’s continued global influence and popularity. 


Source: Xports News 

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