Oneus 'Devil': Release date, concept, how to stream, tracklist and pre-buzz around K-pop group's 1st full-length album
Oneus fans were quick to notice that 'Devil' is a wordplay on the popular South Korean boy band's fourth EP 'Lived'
The South-Korean popular rookie K-pop group Oneus is back with their first full-length studio album ‘Devil’ slated to release on January 19. The K-pop group fans are super hyped with a new release at the beginning of the year. From the mesmerizing concept photos to a brilliant teaser, here are all the breakdowns of the concept prior to the album's release.
Oneus debuted on January 19, 2019 under the entertainment company Rainbow Bridge World with its debut EP, ‘Light Us’ with ‘Valkyrie’ as its lead single. The six-member K-pop group consisting of Ravn, Seoho, Leedo, Keonhee, Hwanwoong, and Xion. Within five months of their debut, the group released their second EP ‘Raise Us’ with the lead single titled ‘Twilight’. The rookie K-pop group gained huge popularity in Japan with their first Japanese single ‘Twilight’ selling more than 60000 copies within two months of its release. Oneus also set on a grand US tour in 2019 with their third EP ‘Fly With Us’ releasing in November 2019.
Within two years of the K-pop group’s debut, the group has already released four extended plays ‘Light Us’, ‘Raise Us’, ‘Fly with Us’ and ‘Lived’, a single album ‘In Its Time’ along with a number of nominations and five musical wins as ‘Next Artist Award’, ‘The New Icon Award’ in Soribada K-music awards, ‘Rising Star Awards’, ‘Most Anticipated Idol’ and ‘Focus Singer Award’.
Coming to the comeback album ‘Devil’, Oneus fans were quick to notice that the title is a wordplay on Oneus’s fourth EP ‘Lived’. The concept photos and music teaser of the title track ‘No Diggity’ released next also made the fans’ hearts flutter as it showed an array of concepts, portraying a fantasy world wrapped in the charisma of vintage mood, intense stares, and groovy beats.
Prior to the release of the album, here are all the updates.
Release date and time
‘Devil’ will be released on January 19, 6 PM KST.
As teased from the concept photos and teasers, ‘Devil’ will be quite contrasting to the previous themes of the K-pop group. The intense moody stares with fire and a splash of the most vibrant colors on the background hint at a darker theme with the title appropriately suggesting ‘Devil’. RBW Hitmakers like Lee Sangho, Seo Yongbae, Lee Hoosang, Inner Child and more have also collaborated in the album’s making process.
The tracklist for eleven-track ‘Devil’ has been released. Check out the tracks below.
‘Intro: Devil in is the detail’
‘What are you doing’
‘Outro: Connect with us’
How to live stream
Oneus fans are beyond thrilled at the K-pop group’s new album releasing in January. A fan posted, “hyung line participated in the lyrics for leftover and youth and seoho also took part in composing leftover. I'm so happy!” Another said, ‘I thank the six of you so much for not giving up on your dreams. It must've been really tough during the process of achieving it but y'all made it this far. I'm so proud of y'all ONEUS!” The concept photos had fans super hyped as a fan shared, “But...wtf of thisssss?????? Omg Concept resolution is sooooooo great!!!! I love it! I think I stay in Utube until 19 Jan!”
hyung line participated in the lyrics for leftover and youth and seoho also took part in composing leftover. 😭 I'm so happy pic.twitter.com/oLptcqJ2Ay— Seoho zone 🐿 (@seohomoons) January 7, 2021
I thank the six of you so much for not giving up on your dreams. It must've been really tough during the process of achieving it but y'all made it this far. I'm so proud of y'all ONEUS pic.twitter.com/lqtfcPJI1n— donna •` #DEVIL (@verseoho) January 7, 2021
But...wtf of thisssss?????? Omg Concept resolution is sooooooo great!!!! I love it— ᵐᵃʰˢᵃ WeUs 😈 Leedo ᵈᵉᵛⁱˡ (@MahsaOneus) January 11, 2021
I think I stay in Utube until 19 jan pic.twitter.com/JjJJEEgzni
Six different teasers have been released for each member. Check out the teasers below.
You can stream 'Bbusyeo' here.