Release date for BIGBANG”s “MADE” studio album pushed back

YG Entertainment has confirmed the delay in the release of BIGBANG’s upcoming full length album for the members to recharge. 

In a statement released by the agency on August 18th, it was decided that after promoting continuously for the past four months, BIGBANG will be taking a break in order to recharge. Furthermore, as the upcoming release will be their full-length album, it was explained that the break was needed to add a new track and improve their album. It was decided that the three weeks initially scheduled for their local promotional activities will be used to recharge and work on their new track.

The agency further asked the consideration of their fans regarding the delay of their album release. The full length-length album was scheduled to be released on September 1st.

Meanwhile, aside from promoting the four singles released under the MADE series, BIGBANG was also meeting their fans though ongoing concert tour across Asia. The members also managed to balanced group activities with their individual commitments including filming schedules and variety shows recording.

Source: Newsen

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