New details of the Korean supergroup BTS’ upcoming album have been released, sending ARMYs all over the world into a tizzy. The band had announced the release date of the album, June 10, at the end of their ‘Permission To Dance: On Stage’ concert series in Las Vegas recently and has now released a trailer for the album along with the name reveal.
The new LP is going to be an anthology titled Proof and will feature three CDs containing the band’s impressive discography over the years, selected to reflect each member’s thoughts and ideas for the past, present, and future of the band. According to a statement released by their parent company Big Hit, the album will also contain three all-new tracks.
The accompanying trailer takes us through the band’s nine years of making music that gained them fans across the world, exploring the band’s various eras through their albums like O!RUL8,2?, Love Yourself: Tear, Map Of The Soul: Persona, and their most recent album Be.
Big Hit also claimed that the upcoming album is going to be a celebration of the band’s ninth anniversary and will provide ARMY with an expansive collection of their songs.
an anthology is such a meaningful and beautiful move. they’ve been together as a group for nine years. next year they will have their 10th anniversary. as the announcement says, it’s an album that embodies the history of BTS. big things are coming. i’m so excited!— bts oldies ♡ 22.06.10 (@oldiesbts) May 4, 2022
The upcoming album will give new fans of the band (or ‘Dynamite’ Era ARMYs) a chance to explore the band’s older songs like never before. Pre-orders for the album began on May 5th 11 AM KST.
Watch the logo trailer for Proof here: