BTS to release new album in July–report
K-pop superstar BTS is set to release a new album this coming July 9.
In an exclusive report, SPO TV News said the seven-member boy band will be releasing a new album on the said date.
Big Hit Music, which manages BTS, has, however, not officially confirmed the report, only saying, “We reveal our artists’ plans after they are finalized.”
Following the announcement, fans have rejoiced through social media, and assumed that the album is a gift to them, or the ARMY–as the fans of BTS are called–as the release date of the album is the fandom’s birthday.
July 9 is ARMY birthday.. 😭💜 @BTS_twt
— Soo Choi 💛 a fan of Billboard Hot100 No1 singers (@choi_bts2) June 9, 2021
So you’re telling me we’re having a comeback on July 9, on army day? Omgg- 😭 pic.twitter.com/6itZSkUV5E
— koshy⁷🍓 (@taeskoshy) June 9, 2021
if it's true they will release a new album on July 9 , then we will celebrate our 8th Army Day anniversary and new album at the same time !! pic.twitter.com/kOztd9CQLPADVERTISEMENT
— ʟʏɴɴ⁷⟭⟬⟬⟭📌GA (@whalienlynn) June 9, 2021
July 9 ARMY DAY 💜
Every year on July 9, the BTS pays tribute to millions of its fans. It is on this day that BTS named its fandom ARMY and the way they choose the date of BTS COMEBACK! I'm crying 😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/MMGc6YbvSp
— Chi⁷ Park 🌧 (@chim_cooky95) June 9, 2021
BTS are making a new comeback with a new album in july 9 which is army day!
For a new ARMY's who don't know why july 9 is special, it it's because that day is the day when they released our official fandom name!!!
And also BTS 8th anniversary is coming! Remember to stream pic.twitter.com/ink1Ecrint
— Keren Happuch Ingal (@IngalKeren) June 9, 2021
BTS had earlier shared that they were working on a new project that should be released in the summer, during the global press conference for their recent single “Butter.” Troy Jacob Quinan /ra
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