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AOA Perform In The Japanese Cities Of Osaka And Tokyo To Hype Upcoming EP ‘Heart Attack’

By Diana S | June 18, 2015 12:58 PM EDT


K-pop girl group AOA will release their third EP, “Heard Attack,” in Korea, China and Japan.

The group will release their new album in both Korea and China next Monday through Baidu Music, QQ Music and other various music sites in China. They will also release a Chinese version of the song in the beginning of July.

AOA will then also promote in Japan and release their album on July 29. This album will include the Japanese version of “Heart Attack” as well as two other songs. A new music video and jacket image will be filmed for this version as well.

The group will hold an album release showcase next Monday at the Seoul Ax Korea Hall and perform their song, “Heart Attack” for the first time.

Fans showed much excitement after they released the teaser video for “Heart Attack” on YouTube.

“The queens are back! I’m having a heart attack by the way,” wrote Rize Kamishiro on Tuesday on the AOA teaser video for “Heart Attack.”

Others praised the song and showed their anticipation for the album release.

“Yes this sounds amazing! Hope it sounds similar to the real thing. AOA fighting,” wrote Izaya R posted on Wednesday to the teaser video as well.

Previously, the group received much attention with their song, “Like A Cat,” and and topped China’s Yin Yue Tai and Kuwo charts.

Last year, they officially made their debut in Japan and reached fourth place on the Oricon Weekly charts.

This past Saturday and Sunday, AOA performed in Osaka and Tokyo even before the official release of their new album.

Tagged :  AOA, heart attack, comeback


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