The Boyz is set to return with new music in August, as confirmed by IST Entertainment.
Earlier today (22 July), the South Korean music label published a statement via local news outlet herald pope A release date was also unveiled, to announce the upcoming release of the K-pop boyband’s next mini-album next month. More details regarding the EP’s title, tracklist and more are to be released at a later stage.
“On August 16th, BOYZ will release its seventh mini-album and launch [their comeback] propaganda,” read the brief, translated as sumpy, “Starting with a trailer film at midnight on July 25 [KST]We will be releasing a variety of teaser content gradually,” IST Entertainment wrote. “Please show lots of interest and anticipation.”
Notably, The Boys’ as-yet-untitled mini-album was released for their sold-out ‘The B Zone’ encore concert at Seoul’s KSPO Dome a little less than a week after their impending three-night residency from August 5 to 7. Will go The 11-piece concluded the US and European Tour last month.
The arrival of The Boyz’s new mini-album will also mark the Boyband’s first domestic release of 2022. His last musical was the November 2021 solo album ‘Maverick’, which featured a Titanic lead single and two new B-side tracks, ‘Hypnotized’. and ‘Russian Roulette’.
‘Maverick’ awarded three stars in review NME Contributor Ryan Daly, who described the project as “a dark and dangerous, but not always dynamite, gear shift”. Daly wrote, “‘Maverick’ may not be a flawless release, but its three tracks The Boys remind us that, while being cute and colorful experts, they’re also not half bad at the dreaded Bad Boy concept.”
BOYZ is scheduled to return to the US in August as part of KCON’s lineup of 2022 Los Angeles festivities. Other acts announced include ITZY, STAYC, ENHYPEN, CRAVITY, NMIXX and WJSN.