Stray Kids to release digital single with Charlie Puth ahead of summer comeback

Boy band Stray Kids [JYP ENTERTAINMENT]

Boy band Stray Kids will release its digital single, made in collaboration with Charlie Puth, titled “Lose My Breath (feat. Charlie Puth),” on May 10 before making its comeback in the summer.

“Stray Kids are preparing to make a comeback in Korea in the summer,” the band's agency, JYP Entertainment, said in a press release on Wednesday.

“Lose My Breath (feat. Charlie Puth)” and the track’s music video will drop at 1 p.m. on May 10. Teaser content and global promotional material will be released ahead of the single’s launch, according to JYP Entertainment.

The announcement of Stray Kids' new music follows their global success with "Why?," the soundtrack for the Japanese drama series "Re:Revenge-In the End of Desire-."

“Why?” was released at midnight on Thursday. The song has since topped Japanese music industry tracker Oricon’s daily digital singles ranking for April 12 and Line Music’s Top 100 daily songs chart for April 12 to 15, according to the band’s agency, JYP Entertainment, in a press release Wednesday.

The song has also landed on iTunes song charts in 21 countries, including Brazil, Chile and Vietnam, according to the agency.

The track was produced by Stray Kids subunit 3RACHA, which consists of members Bang Chan, Changbin and Han. The rock genre song contains the message of “moving toward your goal despite encountering obstacles,” JYP Entertainment said.

The band’s schedule is fully lined up for the summer, in addition to its comeback. Stray Kids will perform at the I-Days music festival in Milan, Italy, on July 12, and at BST Hyde Park in London, U.K., on July 14. It is set to headline Lollapalooza Chicago on Aug. 2.

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