Watch: CNBLUE Returns After Almost 4 Years With “Then, Now And Forever” MV
Updated November 17 KST:
CNBLUE has made their long-awaited return!
On November 17 at 6 p.m. KST, the band released “RE:CODE,” their first album as a three-member group.
Jung Yong Hwa participated in the composition and lyrics for “Then, Now and Forever,” which has pop and alternative rock elements. The song expresses the complicated emotions of getting through daily life while dealing with someone’s absence.
Check out the music video below:
Updated November 15 KST:
A second music video teaser was revealed for CNBLUE’s upcoming title track “Then, Now and Forever”!
Updated November 13 KST:
CNBLUE has released a highlight medley for their upcoming album “RE-CODE”!
Updated November 12 KST:
A music video teaser was shared for CNBLUE’s upcoming title track “Then, Now and Forever”!
Watch it here:
Updated November 11 KST:
Individual jacket posters have been released for CNBLUE’s upcoming comeback!
Updated November 10 KST:
CNBLUE’s jacket poster image was released for their upcoming album “RE-CODE”!
Updated November 9 KST:
“B-loop sound” teaser videos have been shared for each of the CNBLUE members for their “Then, Now and Forever” comeback!
Updated November 8 KST:
CNBLUE has revealed a teaser schedule for their return with their eighth mini album “RE-CODE” and title track “Then, Now and Forever”!
Updated November 7 KST:
CNBLUE has shared a new poster, which hints the title of their upcoming track is “Then, Now and Forever.”
Updated November 6 KST:
A teaser poster has been released for CNBLUE’s upcoming mini album “RE-CODE”!
Check it out below:
CNBLUE is officially starting the countdown for their much-anticipated return!
On November 3, a source from FNC Entertainment confirmed that the band will be making a comeback on November 17.
CNBLUE’s latest Korean comeback was in March 2017 with their seventh mini album “7°CN” and title track “Between Us.” After releasing a Japanese album that October, the members took a hiatus to carry out their mandatory military service. Lee Jong Hyun departed from the group in August 2019, and this will be CNBLUE’s first comeback as a trio with Jung Yong Hwa, Lee Jung Shin, and Kang Min Hyuk.
The band will also star in their own tvN reality show “Don’t Call My Name — CNBLUE’s Secret Trip” (literal title), which premieres in November.