ZE:A to Release New Single 'Phoenix' in Korea and Japan
By Staff Writer | August 13, 2012 08:40 PM EDT
Idol group ZE:A has just successfully finished their 2nd album activities after 7 weeks. They are now getting ready to release their new single, Phoenix.
Today on their official webpage, it was announced that they will be performing a new song from their album, Spectacular.
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The post also stated that after a week break, they will bring out a new single, Phoenix, on August 27 in both Korea and Japan versions
This new single will have a mix of their new title song, "Phoenix," along with their 2nd album title songs as well as songs from last year's album for a total of 5 tracks.
An official stated, "Their latest song, "Aftermath" showed off a dramatic and musical style performance. Their new song, "Phoenix" will show a more powerful and charismatic side to them. The song will be about never giving up and that they will last forever just like the Phoenix."
The official continued, "The Japan version of this album will be completely different. There will be major differences in their jacket covers and songs to fit with the style of their fans in Japan."
ZE:A will fly to Japan a day before the release of "Phoenix" for promotion activities.
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