BTOB Presents Warm Atmosphere In The Group’s Concept Image For 3rd Full Album “Be Together”

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The trustworthy vocal group once again captivates the global melody with their second group concept image that exceeds warmth and affection.

BTOB Introduces Their Unparalleled Atmosphere With The Group’s 2nd Concept Image For 3rd Full Album Be together.

On February 10, Cube Entertainment released the “Be Blue” version, which immediately caught a lot of attention with its different vibe compared to the first concept.

In particular, the second group photo surrounds the members with colorful flowers behind a blue background. The flowers mingle with the ice sculptures which create a fascinating atmosphere.

Moreover, unlike the concept of the “Be Love” version, which embodies the sentimental and emotional vibe of BTOB, the concept of the “Be Blue” version brought out the warm and bright atmosphere of the members.

Following the release of this second group concept image, BTOB will follow the members’ individual plans for the “Be Blue” release on February 11. According to the previously revealed planner, a tracklist will meet fans on February 14, followed by more interesting content before culminating in the album release on February 21.

During this time, BTOB actively demonstrated a wide musical spectrum by digesting emotional tones and various genres. The trustworthy group has also proven to be acclaimed for a host of hit songs such as “Missing You”, “Only One For Me” and “Beautiful Pain”.

Moreover, BTOB is expected to show new charm with the 3rd full album Be together on February 21 at 6 p.m. KST. This upcoming release will mark BTOB’s first full comeback after the members complete their mandatory military service, and will undoubtedly create a new story for the magnificent team.

Source: OSEN

Image and video source: Entertainment Cube

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