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NU’EST to return with new album in May

The boys are making a comeback this spring!

NU'EST performing in Araneta Coliseum for their <Segno> tour. HALLYULIFE PHOTO

Pledis Entertainment confirmed that their boy group NU’EST is currently working for a comeback album with a release date slated in May, as Korean outlet Newsen reports.

“NU’EST is currently working on a new album with the goal of a May comeback. The exact date has not yet been set. They are currently hard at work recording and preparing for their new album. Please look forward to it.” – Pledis Entertainment

NU’EST’s previous release was in October of last year when they released their seventh mini album “The Table” and its title track “LOVE ME.” -HallyuLife.com

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