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JYP Entertainment Confirms Stray Kids Is Gearing Up For Their Next Comeback

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Stays, get ready to ride on the hellevator once again as Stray Kids officially commences preparations for their next comeback!

JYP Entertainment officially shared on May 29 that Stray Kids is currently preparing for their next release following the success of “Miroh”!

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Aiming for another powerful and attention-stealing musical release, the nine-member group has already begun preparing their second comeback for 2019. However, JYP Entertainment has not yet specified the format for their new album. Thereby, leaving fans anticipating for more details regarding the group’s return.

Additionally, the group’s exact comeback schedule is also yet to be determined by the agency. Prior to JYP’s confirmation, earlier reports stated that Stray Kids is slated to return in June. That will be three months after the release of their last mini-album Clé 1: Miroh and its title track “Miroh”.

READ: From Hype-Filled Teaser Sets To Powerful Music Video: Stray Kids’ “MIROH” Comeback Kept Us Up Until Midnight

Their last comeback brought Bang Chan, Woojin, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix, Seungmin, and I.N their first-ever music show win since their debut in 2018. Accomplishing the achievement on M Countdown in April this year, it made all nine members emotional as it added another hard-earned entry in Stray Kids’ history.

Thanks to their amazing songs, intense stages, and a well-rounded lineup of extremely talented members, the group also garnered the title of “monster rookies” last year.

READ: Stray Kids Promises To Grow, To Improve Steadily After First Music Show Win

Grabbing the attention of fans in the international scene, their concert showcase UNVEIL TOUR “I AM…” contributed to their success. Taking them to several countries, they visited Asia, Australia, and the United States. Wrapping up in May, the tour had its last show in Houston. It gathered thousands of fans during its entire run since January 2019, especially for its U.S leg.