Cravity returns with seventh EP 'Evershine'

Boy band Cravity will drop its seventh EP “Evershine” on Monday. [STARSHIP ENTERTAINMENT]

Boy band Cravity will return with its seventh EP “Evershine” on Monday.

“Evershine,” featuring six tracks, will be its first album release in five months. It last released its sixth EP “Sun Seeker” in September.

The lead track of the EP, “Love or Die,” is a track featuring drum and bass rhythms, according to Starship Entertainment. The song was produced by hit producer Ryan Jhun, with member Allen taking part in the writing of the lyrics.

Ryan Jhun was also responsible as the lead producer of four other B-side tracks: “C’est La Vie,” “Cherry Blossom,” “Mr.” and “Worst Thriller,” while Allen wrote both the lyrics and the song for “Over & Over,” the only track that was not produced by Ryan Jhun.

Cravity debuted in April 2020 with its debut EP “Hideout: Remember Who We Are — Season 1” under Starship Entertainment. The band has nine members: Serim, Allen, Jungmo, Woobin, Wonjin, Minhee, Hyeongjun, Taeyoung and Seongmin.

The band kicked off its first world tour “Masterpiece” on May 13 in Seoul and had its last tour performance on Nov. 18 in Macao.

Cravity had its official Japanese debut on Dec. 6 with its Japanese EP “Dilly Dally.”

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