Stray Kids tease upcoming album with edgy video
The band’s agency JYP Entertainment uploaded on YouTube the two-minute trailer at 12 a.m. Thursday.
The trailer appeared to have been shot in a series of odd settings, such as a research lab placed in an outdoor construction site, or an expansive restaurant empty except for a marching band. The beginning parts of the trailer showed only the members of Stray Kids in movement, with everyone else in the setting frozen, with an ominous beat in the background, adding to an overall sci-fi-like vibe.
“Go” will be the group’s first full album since they debuted in 2018 as an eight-member band.
Stray Kids made a name for themselves as one of the most talented groups last year with their “Miroh” album series. They also held their first world tour, “District 9: Unlock,” last year. The most recent release by the band was their digital single, “Mixtape: On Track,” in March.
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