SEVENTEEN are gearing up for a brand new single coming this April!
Earlier this week, PLEDIS Entertainment unveiled that the K-pop group will be dropping their new Japanese song 'Not Alone' on 21 April 2021. The track comes as SEVENTEEN's latest Japanese comeback, following their 2020 mini-album 24H, and single 'Fallin' Flower'.
[#SEVENTEEN JAPAN NEWS]— SEVENTEEN Japan (@pledis_17jp) February 2, 2021
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Following a difficult year, 'Not Alone' is said to talk about strength and determination, hoping to give listeners hope and inspiration to move forward towards their dreams. The song also serves as an ode to the group's fanbase, narrating the group's yearning to meet them in person again.
The official music video for 'Not Alone' drops on 18 April at 8 PM KST. Check it out here:
In addition to 'Not Alone', SEVENTEEN will also be dropping Japanese versions of their tracks 'Run To You' and 'Home:Run'.
HOW TO GET THE SINGLE & JOIN THE FAN CLUB EVENT
Physical copies of the single, which come in three variations ranging from JPY 1,320 to JPY 1,650 are available for pre-order.
Meanwhile, a fan club limited event is happening on 5 June 2021 with packages ranging from JPY 1,200 to JPY 1,600 available to CARAT members.
[#SEVENTEEN JAPAN NEWS]— SEVENTEEN Japan (@pledis_17jp) March 30, 2021
SEVENTEEN JAPAN 3RD SINGLE「ひとりじゃない」発売記念『ファンクラブ限定イベント』詳細［第一報］#SEVENTEEN_JAPAN_3RD_SINGLE #ひとりじゃない #CARAT盤https://t.co/kPh6BSbTuQ pic.twitter.com/f5jRUbphTD
SEVENTEEN started off the year with a bang, hosting their first-ever online concert on 23 January. Entitled IN-COMPLETE, the group got to connect with their fans online with performances of their latest mini-album ; [Semicolon].