P1Harmony to drop first full-length album 'Killin' It,' in February

Boy band P1Harmony [FNC ENTERTAINMENT]

Boy band P1Harmony will drop its first full-length album, “Killin’ It,” on Feb. 5, its agency FNC Entertainment said Thursday.

“Killin’ It” will be the band’s first album in seven months since its last EP, “Harmony: All In,” was released on June 8, 2023.

The band is set to reveal its image teaser on Friday and its track list on Jan. 22.

Other information about the new album will be unveiled in the coming days, according to the agency.

The physical album will become available on Feb. 7.

The album will also be released in the United States on Feb. 9.

The schedule poster for boy band P1Harmony's upcoming album ″Killin' It″ [FNC ENTERTAINMENT]

P1Harmony debuted in October 2020 with its first EP, “Disharmony: Stand Out,” under FNC Entertainment. The band consists of six members: Keeho, Theo, Jiung, Intak, Soul and Jongseob. The band’s latest music, “Fall In Love Again,” released on Nov. 8, made the U.S. radio chart Mediabase’s Top 40 in December, becoming the fourth K-pop boy band to enter the chart in December.

The band recently finished its world tour “P1ustage H : P1oneer” on Sunday at Oberhausen, Germany. The band stopped at 39 cities worldwide, visiting countries like the United States, Canada, Australia and Singapore.

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