Old School Boy Band Click-B Returns with First Album in Eight Years


Old school boy band Click-B released a new digital single, “To Be Continued,” on Wednesday, resuming activities as a group for the first time in eight years. This is Click-B’s first album with new tracks since their 2003 album “Cowboy.” Their last two records released in 2004 and 2006 were each a best album and remake album.

“To Be Continued” has a total of two tracks, including the title song “Always.” Much like their previous albums, “To Be Continued” is also based on the rock genre with strong beats and electronic guitar sounds. The group said all members engaged in the overall producing and arrangement of the songs in order to come up with a more complete album.

Click-B will kick start their new album promotion with a fan meeting on Apr. 16th. All seven members will be there to give live performances of new tracks as well as their past singles. This fan meeting will be vocalist Oh Jong Hyuk’s last live stage before his army enlistment, which is scheduled for Apr. 18th.

Click-B is a seven-member boy band that first debuted in 1999. They were one of the most popular boy groups in the late 90s to early 2000s but were forced to disband after a few members dropped out and some got involved in public scandals.