[MHN Yoo Subin reporter / translated by Jung Halim] Boy group SHINee will be returning as a complete group on February 22nd with the release of their new album "Don't Call Me".
Agency SM Entertainment announced the release date of SHINee's seventh album "Don't Call Me" today, slated to be on February 22nd.
"Don't Call Me" will be coming two years and six months after their sixth album, released back in September 2018, and will contain nine various different tracks.
SHINee also revealed details about their new album through their special livestream "The Ringtone: SHinee is Back" back in January 31st. The event also showed them perform one of the tracks from the album, "Marry You", for the first time.
SHINee's seventh album will be available for pre-order starting today on various online and offline music stores.
SHINee, who have gotten their start with the debut single "Replay", have also been behind the hit songs "Ring Ding Dong", "Lucifer", "View", "Sherlock", and many others.
Last year, the members Onew, Key, and Minho finished their military service. The youngest member, Taemin, has spent his time releasing solo albums and was active as part of the super group SuperM.
SHINee, to comeback as a group with new album "Don't Call Me"
February 22nd, 7th studio album "Don't Call Me" to be released on February 22nd