Girl group (G)I-DLE to drop its fourth EP "I burn" on Jan. 11
Girl group (G)I-DLE will drop its fourth EP "I burn" on Jan. 11, the band's first new music for 2021 and also the first in five months.
The band's agency Cube Entertainment released a teaser image on Tuesday, with a mysterious red object in the middle of a black background.
"I burn" comes as the fourth in the "I" series that (G)I-DLE began in May 2018 with the band's debut EP "I am," followed by "I made" (2019) and "I trust" (2020).
The band's last single "DUMDi DUMDi" sat at No. 1 on the iTunes top song chart in 41 regions around the world, two days after its release on Aug. 3.
(G)I-DLE held its first online concert "I-Land: Who Am I" in July, which was also the band's first-ever solo concert since its debut.
Some 11,000 viewers from around the world each paid 39,000 won ($33) for a ticket, according to the band's agency Cube Entertainment, marking a successful feat for the first-time event.
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