Girls’ Generation Album Updated News: 2013 New English Album To Be Released Soon [VIDEO]
By Staff Writer | June 04, 2013 12:14 PM EDT
Girls' Generation album's updated news says that a new, full English language album will be released sometime within 2013.
Updated news about Girls' Generation newest album was first reported by UK newspaper, The Guardian, which said that Girls' Generation Is "poised to release their first album recorded entirely in English."
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Girls' Generation's album is "tentatively due for release next year by Lady Gaga's label, Interscope," and "the album will mark the group's first serious effort to court English-speaking music fans," according to the newspaper.
Girls' Generation hinted at their plans of a new English album when they were speaking at a press conference in France in 2012.
Recently, reports have also released updates about the group's newest album, saying that the members are working in the studio with American producers, Sean Garrett and Ricky Luna.
While speaking at an interview with Danny from DFLA on May 17, Girls' Generation's Tiffany confirmed the updated news about the group's album and said that Girls' Generation will be releasing a new album later this year in 2013.
Although Tiffany did not specify the language of the new album, many speculate that it will most likely be in English.
At the interview, Girls' Generation's Tiffany also said that there are plans to release a second album from the group's subunit, TaeTiSeo.
Currently, Girls' Generation is busy preparing for their upcoming world tour, called "Girls & Peace," and the first stop is at Seoul, South Korea. The Girls' Generation World Tour will kick off this weekend at the Olympic Gymnastics Arena.
Tickets for the Seoul concert have been sold out already, and fans are patiently waiting for more updated news on the other world tour locations to be announced.
Girls' Generation's most recent album was "I Got A Boy," which was a Korean language album released at the beginning of 2013.
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