K-pop idol group Super Junior will be promoting their new album with only six members.
The boy band announced that they will be making their comeback by releasing a new album on 12 April titled Replay, a repackaged version of their previous album Play.
Replay will carry the title track Lo Siento (translated as Im Sorry), which will feature singer Leslie Grace, a Sony Music Latin artist, and with Grammy winner Play-N-Skillz, composed of brothers Juan and Oscar Salinas, as producer.
Besides Lo Siento, the album will carry three new songs: Me & U, Super Duper and Hug along with the ten others from the previous album.
In the teaser image released for the album, seven members of Super Junior are featured: Leeteuk, Heechul, Yesung, Shindong, Eunhyuk, Donghae and Siwon.
However, it was announced that due to health reasons, Heechul wont be able to join the group in TV promotions.
We have come to deliver a piece of unfortunate news to fans, who have been counting down the days until Super Juniors repackaged album.
Due to health related issues, member Heechul will not be participating in music show promotions for the groups 8th repackaged album Replay, being released on April 12, said Label SJ.
They assured fans that Heechul will participate in promotions outside of music shows normally, and as this decision was reached with the artists health as the utmost priority, we ask fans for your understanding.
As a result, a total of 6 members – Leeteuk, Yesung, Shindong, Eunhyuk, Donghae, and Siwon – will be performing on stage for this title track Lo Siento. Please look forward to Super Juniors upcoming promotions and cheer them on. Thank you.
This will be the first time that Siwon will be joining the TV promotions since skippin them for the Play album last year following the controversy over the death of a restaurant owner, who died in October after being bitten by his family dog.
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