Red Velvet To Make Fall Season Memorable With A Full Album Comeback

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You’re in for a wonderful treat this November, ReVeluvs!

Versatile K-pop girl group Red Velvet will make a comeback with a full-length album in November.

According to a recent report, the well-loved female quintet from SM Entertainment has confirmed the release of their comeback in November and the members are preparing for it.

Red Velvet’s comeback comes a year after The ReVe Festival 2022 – Birthday released in November 2022. In particular, a full-length album is expected to receive a warm response from fans, as it has been 6 years since the release of the second full-length album Perfect Velvet in November 2017.

Since their debut in 2014, the girl group has released many songs including “Ice Cream Cake,” “Dumb Dumb,” “Russian Roulette,” “Red Flavor,” “Peekaboo,” “Power Up,” “Queendom,” and “Feel My Rhythm,” among others. Consisting of Irene, Seulgi, Wendy, Joy, and Yeri, Red Velvet became a hit and gained fame as a representative K-pop girl group for a long time.

As time passed, their potential shined brighter. Even after the 7th anniversary of their debut, they showed off their unwavering popularity with “Queendom,” and last year, they achieved good results on both the music and album charts with “Feel My Rhythm,” and became million-sellers with The ReVe Festival 2022 – Birthday. The album sold more than 1 million copies and showed continuous growth.

Red Velvet’s unique musical variations and attempts have always received favorable reviews. Since their debut, they have divided the concept into ‘Red’, which has a bright and lively atmosphere, and ‘Velvet’, which has a chic and mature charm. From some point on, they have established themselves as a unique group that naturally brings out the combination of red and velvet without having to distinguish between boundaries.

Expectations are high on how high-quality music Red Velvet, which has continued to grow and develop even in its 10th year of debut, will present another full-length album after a long time.

Source: Hankyung

Photo Credits: SM Entertainment