K-Pop group SHINee sets date for release of 7th studio album

SHINee is set to return with new music this February 22nd.



02/01/2021 06:10 PM
K-Pop group SHINee sets date for release of 7th studio album

The date has been set for the comeback of South Korean boy group SHINee. 



On Sunday, January 31, SHINee confirmed its comeback this February through a simultaneous live stream via the boys’ YouTube and V Live channels. 

Dubbed “The Ringtone: SHINee is Back,” the boys treated fans with special surprises which included solo and group performances. 

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In the same event, it was announced that the four-piece group will be releasing its 7th studio album called Don’t Call Me this coming February 22nd. 

According to E-Daily Star, SM Entertainment — the group’s agency — confirmed that the album would be composed of nine songs. 

SHINee’s upcoming comeback marks the group’s first album in nearly three years. The group released The Story of Light in 2018. 

Formed in 2008 under SM Entertainment, SHINee initially debuted as a five-piece group until one of its members — Jonghyun — died in 2008. 

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Right now, the group is made up of members Onew, Key, Minho, and Taemin.