Boy band Tempest to release first Japanese EP with a 'Bang!'


Boy band Tempest will release its Japanese debut EP “Bang!” on April 10, the band’s agency Yue Hua Entertainment said Wednesday.

The music video for the title track “Bang!” was uploaded to the band’s YouTube page at midnight on Tuesday.

Along with the title track, the EP will consist of the previously released single “Baddest Behavior” and Japanese versions of “Dangerous,” “Can’t Stop Shining” and “Only One Day.”

The Japanese track “Baddest Behaviour” was released as a pre-debut digital single in Japan on Jan. 31.

Tempest debuted as a seven-member band in 2022 with its first EP “It’s Me, It’s We.” Member Hwarang halted his band activities from March after his visit to a club sparked controversy.

The band held a showcase for its fifth EP “Tempest Voyage” at the Zepp Haneda in Tokyo on Wednesday and will hold another at the Zepp Namba in Osaka on Friday.

The band is also slated to hold three fan concerts in Seoul, titled “UNiEVERSITY,” over April 13 and 14.

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