NU’EST to ‘Romanticize’ in comeback album

NU’EST (Twitter)

K-pop boy band NU’EST will be making their comeback next month with a new and second studio album.

The five-member idol group composed of JR, Aron, Baekho, Minhyun and Ren will release their new album “Romanticize” on April 19.

NU’EST announced the upcoming album on social media, raising fans’ anticipation for the comeback in almost a year. They also revealed a concept page where they will release exclusive interactive content for their fans.

In May last year, NU’EST released their eight mini-album “The Nocturne,” which sold 161,318 copies by year-end.

“Romanticize” will be NU’EST’s second studio album since the release of “Re:BIRTH” in July 2014.

Members will be participating in the album’s creative processes, demonstrating their maturity and ten years of experience as artists.

Last March 15, NU’EST celebrated their ninth anniversary since debuting on March 15, 2012 with the single “Face.”

"The past 3,228 days have been so blissful, happy and beautiful. We're grateful for every single precious day spent with you. We look forward to the future we'll be spending with you, L.O.Λ.E!" said Minhyun.

Baekho added, "Though we can't meet each other for now we'll continue to support each other as always. I hope we can overcome this together and we can perform in person in the near future. Until then, please stay safe and healthy!"