Fly to the Sky to Return After a Year on September 14
Fly to the Sky, whose reunion after five years led to a number one song and a sold-out concert, will be returning for round two with a comeback after one year.
A rep from Fly to the Sky′s agency, H2 Media, stated on August 27, "Fly to the Sky is working on a new mini album, and the comeback has been confirmed for September 14."
The rep continued, "Fly to the Sky originally planned to come back this past spring, but as they were even more fully committed to their work in order to repay the overwhelming amount of love they received following the reunion, the comeback was delayed. Even now, until the end, they′re devoted to producing a wellmade album. We ask for your anticipation and interest."
A photo of Hwanhee and Brian walking through a green meadow was also released with a announcement.
Meanwhile, Fly to the Sky released its ninth album after five years last year, topping music charts and winning trophies on various music programs for lead single You You You as well as selling out shows on its national tour, once again imprinting itself as Korea′s representative R&B duo.
Fly to the Sky, who is coming back after one year next month, will also be kicking off its Fly High national tour in October. More information about the concert is available via Interpark, and tickets for the Seoul show will go on sale first, exclusively on Interpark, today at 8 p.m. KST.
Photo credit: H2 Media
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