CLC set for a comeback with release of new music next month
Girl group CLC will be making a comeback for the first time in a year with a new single next month, its agency Cube Entertainment announced on Monday.
According to the agency, CLC's single "Helicopter" will drop on Sept. 2, a year after its last single "Devil" was released in September last year.
The agency released a poster image on Monday with the title of the song, the release date and an image of a propeller, heightening expectations for the new music.
CLC debuted in 2015, gaining much attention from the media as Cube Entertainment's first new girl group in six years since girl group 4Minute debuted in 2009.
To celebrate the comeback, CLC changed the logo of the group from a cube cat-shaped graphic to a simpler design.
The official logo and color for fandom Cheshire also changed, and the agency asked for fans to look forward to the new and fresh content to come from the group.
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