Apeace to release first Japanese full length "Apeace" + reveals "HERO" MV
Korean boy group Apeace will be releasing their first, and self-titled, full length album in Japan later this month.
Consisting of 13 songs with 12 earlier released ones and one new still unnamed track, "Apeace" has a variety of songs like "HERO", "We are the one", "ONE", and "Tell Me" among others.
The album will be released in five different versions, including a CD+DVD, CD only, and three versions with different covers, specifying on the group's sub-units Lapis, Jade and Onyx. While all albums will come with the same tracks, the DVD versions will include footage of the subgroups, and music videos.
Apeace is a 21-member boy group who debuted in Korea with the release of "One" in 2010. They debuted in Japan one year later, releasing "We Are the One" as their first track.
"Apeace" is set to be released on September 26th. A music video for the album's title track was already revealed last August 31st.
2. We are the One
4. Tell Me
6. ハルハル ～願い星～
8. In your hands
9. Bad Girl
10. Lover Boy
11. Sweet Sweet
12. Two For One
13. ＜新曲1＞ (Yet to be named track)
Source: universal-music, ApeaceTokyo and apeace