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CNBLUE Is Ready To Drop New Japanese Album ‘White’

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According to an official announcement of FNC Entertainment on April 7, CNBLUE will be making its highly-anticipated comeback to the Japanese music scene by launching a new album, titled White on April 8.

For the coming album, the talented group will take on a new style of music by including more electronic elements to create an interesting sound. The album is set to be dropped in four different editions, namely limited edition A, B, regular edition, and exclusive limited edition for CNBLUE’s official fan club, BOICE.

The quartet have not only received much love from fans due to their powerful vocals and skillful instrumental playing ability, but also their songwriting talent. It is known that the album’s namesake lead song is composed by Jung Yong Hwa and Lee Jong Hyun, while the other two remaining tracks, Irony and Stay Sober, are written by Lee and Jung, respectively.

Earlier on March 20, CNBLUE pre-released a fun and energetic music video for the title track, and has been enjoying great success with the catchy song topping the online music site Recochoku since April 1, as well as the HMV music chart in Japan.

After the album release, the band is scheduled to focus on a variety of promotional activities in Japan by making its appearance on Japanese TV programs, including TBS’s King’s Brunch on April 11.

 

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