Super Junior-M to release new album on Chinese websites

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014. Filed under: Entertainment International Stars Music Online
South Korea's pop group Super Junior-M ©AFP PHOTO / Mandy CHENG

South Korea’s pop group Super Junior-M

(SEOUL-AFP) – Asian boy band Super Junior-M will make a comeback this week with the release on Friday of a new album on Chinese Internet services, their agency said.

“Swing” is their first album in more than 15 months since “Break Down”, which hit No. 1 on the US Billboard World Album Chart and landed them awards in China and Hong Kong last year.

A teaser for their new mini album will be uploaded on YouTube, China’s popular video file-sharing sites and social network services on Tuesday, S.M. Entertainment said.

The eight-member band, the most successful subgroup of K-pop sensation Super Junior, sing a mixture of K-pop and Mandopop.

They comprise Siwon, Donghae, Ryeowook, Kyuhyun, Eunhyuk, Sungmin, Henry and Zhou Mi, a Chinese singer, song writer and actor.

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