Fly to the Sky to Make Comeback in Mid-May
Male duo group Fly to the Sky will be reuniting and returning to fans after five years.
After releasing the tenth anniversary album Deccenium in 2009, Fly to the Sky’s Hwanhee and Brian have been promoting separately, but recently confirmed they will be releasing a new album in the middle of May.
Out of numerous ‘comeback’ rumors of K-Pop groups from the 90s, Fly to the Sky will be the first group to actually make a comeback.
Fly to the Sky debuted in 1999 with Day by Day and made hits with numerous songs, including Missing you, Habit, Like a man, Gravity and more.
The agency rep announced, “We’ve been adjusting the details for their comeback and preparing for the album little by little. They will be coming back in the middle of May but the exact date is still being discussed. As it is the album being released after many years they prepared hard to present high quality music for the fans. It will be the album with the highest quality so far.”
After releasing the album, Fly to the Sky will be holding a concert in the beginning of June.
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