Le Sserafim, a K-pop group, set to release new album in February

K-pop sensation Le Sserafim set to make comeback in February

The highly anticipated return of K-pop group Le Sserafim is sending fans into a frenzy as the quintet prepares to release their third mini-album, “Easy,” on February 19 at 6 p.m. KST.

Comprised of members Kim Chaewon, Sakura, Huh Yunjin, Kazuha, and Hong Eunchae, the group announced their comeback on the global fandom platform Weverse. The new album is said to delve into their genuine emotions, addressing anxiety and vulnerability beneath the confidence and charisma they embody.

This release comes nine months after the success of their second million-seller album, “Unforgiven,” released in May 2023. Fans can anticipate that “Easy” will reveal a never-before-seen facet of the group, showing a more introspective side behind their bold and unwavering confidence.

To build excitement for the upcoming release, a captivating logo motion video for the new album was unveiled on HYBE Labels’ YouTube channel and Source Music’s official social channels. The video features Le Sserafim’s logo reimagined using a multitude of simple dots that merge together, with the phrase “Make It Look Easy” emerging towards the end, sparking curiosity behind its meaning.

In addition to their comeback, Le Sserafim is set to perform at the popular Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on April 13 and 20. They stand out as the “fastest-invited Korean act” to perform at Coachella, securing a spot on the lineup only a year and a half since their debut. This news has further elevated the group’s status and generated even more anticipation for their upcoming album release.

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