CNBLUE to Release New Song a Day Ahead to Satisfy Fans

By Staff Writer | February 22, 2014 04:48 AM EST

CNBLUE to Release New Song a Day Ahead to Satisfy Fans
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CNBLUE's new song will be released on the 24th, a day ahead of schedule.

CNBLUE planned to release its 5th mini album Can't Stop on the 25th but decided to move the date forward to satisfy eagerly expectant fans.

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CNBLUE's new song, "Can't Stop" begins with Jung Yong Hwa's melodic piano playing and progresses into a climax of complete band sound and strings.

The new album Can't Stop is of the British Rock genre, transitioning from CNBLUE's previous music style. Jung Yong Hwa, who produced the album, stated that this album will "point to CNBLUE's new musical direction and identity."

Meanwhile, CNBLUE performs their comeback stage on March 2nd through SBS "All Live Comeback Show: Can't Stop".

 

 

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