Super Junior L.S.S. to drop new single 'C'MON' this weekend

A scene from Super Junior's subunit Super Junior L.S.S.'s upcoming single music video teaser. [SM ENTERTAINMENT]

Super Junior’s subunit Super Junior-L.S.S. will drop its single “C’MON” on Saturday, the boy band’s agency SM Entertainment said Thursday.

The subunit, consisting of Leeteuk, Shindong and Siwon, was first formed in 2022.

“C’MON” is a dance-pop song with energetic lyrics saying to do whatever one wants while leaving no regrets, according to the agency.

Member Leeteuk participated in writing the lyrics and composing the song, the agency added.

Super Junior-L.S.S. recently released its first Japanese EP “Let’s Standing Show” on Jan. 17, followed by its first Korean single “Suit Up” on Jan. 22.

The subunit is set to hold two solo concerts, titled "Super Junior-L.S.S. The Show : Th3ee Guys" on Saturday and Sunday at Kwangwoon University's Donghae Culture and Arts Center in Nowon District, northern Seoul.

It will perform its upcoming single along with songs such as “Suit Up,” “Old Skool” and “Ceremony,” the agency said.

Super Junior debuted in 2005 with its first full-length album "Super Junior05." It is known for many hits such as "Miracle" (2005), "U" (2006), "Sorry Sorry" (2009), "Mr. Simple" (2011) and more.

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