Stray Kids to release repackaged version of its first full-length album
Boy band Stray Kids will release a repackaged version of its first full-length album on Sept. 14, their agency JYP Entertainment announced on Tuesday.
According to the agency, the new repackaged album "IN Live" will drop on Sept. 14, three months after the first full-length album "GO Live" was released on June 17.
The agency shared the news along with a trailer video.
"The concept of the new album is hinted at in the trailer, in a scene where Stray Kids stand in front of a prohibited area and fiercely stare into the camera," the agency said.
The agency also picked the "colorful hair styles, styling and other visuals" for this new release.
Stray Kids sported a strong, yet humorous style of music with the lead track of "GO Live," titled "God's Menu" which was produced by 3Racha — a producer group consisting of members Bangchan, Changbin and Han.
"GO Live" sold 127,930 copies of its album within the fist week of its release, setting a new record for the band. It also peaked at No. 6 of Billboard's World Albums chart.
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