'Seventeenth Heaven' to put Seventeen back on charts


Seventeen will be back with its eleventh EP “Seventeenth Heaven” on Oct. 13, the boy band’s agency Pledis Entertainment said Wednesday.

The upcoming album will be Seventeen’s first Korean album in six months since the release of its tenth EP, “FML,” in April.

The teaser clip released on Wednesday showed a red-colored festival admission wristband with the details of the upcoming album written on it.

Preorders for the album will begin Wednesday at 11 a.m.

Seventeen debuted in 2015 under Pledis Entertainment. The boy band’s most recent Korean album, “FML,” sold over 4.55 million copies in the first week of the album release, making it the most-sold K-pop album at the time of its release. The album sold over 6.2 million copies as of September, according to Pledis Entertainment.

Seventeen is currently on its “Follow” tour. Kicking off with performances at the Gocheok Sky Dome in western Seoul in July, the band is set to perform in stadium arenas around Japan until the end of this year, followed by performances around other Asian destinations.

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