BTS Launches Album Jacket Photos For “Map Of The Soul: 7 ~The Journey~”

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BTS has revealed eight jacket concept images for their fourth Japanese album, Map of the Soul: 7 ~the Journey~.

BTS frequently posts treasure troves of content for their fans. They make sure to keep them entertained with their music and online antics. With the recent release of their captivating concept images, V, Jin, Jungkook, Jimin, Suga, RM, and J-Hope mark the countdown for their album release on July 15.

Vivid & Vintage Concept Photos

The first set of concept photos depict the boys in a refreshing splash of summer hues. The pale palette of blue, green and pink highlighting them in the background make us look forward to midsummer picnics and dreamy days under the sun.

The other half of the concept shots show the BTS members in a classic black and white setting that oozes pure elegance and a hint of mystery. The ensemble of seven looks exceptionally dapper in their sophisticated suits as they throw the camera a pensive gaze. With a cinematic aesthetic of this level, they look like they could have walked straight out of a retro detective movie.

BTS Map Of The Soul 7 The Journey

Map of the Soul: 7 ~The Journey~ is composed of 13 tracks, including “Lights”, ” Stay Gold”, “On”, “Dionysus”, and “Your Eyes Tell”. The highly anticipated album will be available in eight different versions, including first press limited editions, a regular version, and a limited edition for the official Japanese fan club.

In light of the global lockdown, the members of BTS have resorted to frequent social media posting and fan interactions. The group has actively been partaking in international online events, such as the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards and James Cordon’s Homefest.

In June, ARMYs can expect BTS’ participation in the Dear Class of 2020 YouTube event and their virtual concert, Bang Bang Con The Live. With digital events, an album, and even solo mixtapes on the rise, it appears that BTS is in for yet another busy year.

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