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SB19 to drop new single, kick off concert tour in September

/ 02:44 PM August 13, 2022
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SB19. Image: Twitter/@SB19Official

SB19 is all set to release a new single and hold a concert in Araneta Coliseum in September ahead of its upcoming tour.

The P-pop boy group first teased its upcoming projects on its Twitter page on Thursday, Aug. 11. The teaser video showed a cassette tape which eventually flickers out of frame as “New single release & tour kickoff concert” and “September 2022” were bannered onscreen.

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“You pump my blood and my soul is alive #WhereYouAtSB19,” SB19 stated.

SB19 displayed the official poster for the kickoff concert on Twitter today, Aug. 12. The poster features a photo of all members of the P-pop group, with the tour’s title, “Where You At (WYAT).”

“TELL US WHERE YOU AT! Let’s reconnect the lines and join us as we kick off our WYAT Tour at the Araneta Coliseum on [Sept.] 17, 2022 — 19:00 PHT,” the group told its fans, A’TIN.

Further details on the said tour are yet to be revealed as of this writing.

SB19 was named one of the 33 “favorite boy bands of all time” by Teen Vogue last month. It joined the K-pop supergroup BTS and the iconic British band The Beatles, among others.

Back in January, SB19 broke BTS’s record for longest streak at Billboard’s Hot Trending Songs chart with its song “Bazinga.” The song took the No. 1 spot on the digital chart for seven weeks, surpassing the six-week run of BTS’s “Butter.”  /ra

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