CLC’s Physical Mini Album Release Postponed, First Batch Scrapped
Fans of CLC will have to wait a bit longer to hold the group’s new mini album in their hands, as their agency Cube Entertainment has made the decision to dispose of the first batch of albums that were manufactured.
Cube Entertainment announced that they’ll be postponing the release of the offline version of the group’s fourth mini album “Nu.Clear.” They state, “We’ll be accepting all the losses. It was a difficult choice to make, but it was made in order to give fans the best quality album.”
CLC released their new mini album online on May 30, which features the title track “No Oh Oh.” The offline version was planned to be released on May 31. However, due to concerns about the tracks on the album, they have listened to the opinions of the composers and decided to do additional work on the songs’ arrangements in order to provide a better quality album for fans.
The first batch of mini albums that were already produced are therefore being scrapped, and it’s expected that the new version will be released on June 3.
Cube Entertainment adds, “CLC’s comeback promotions this time around are their first time promoting as a seven-member group since the addition of Kwon Eunbin, and as the fans have been waiting for their promotions as a full group, there was a need to put out an album that would satisfy their expectations.” They thank fans and apologize to those who had pre-ordered the album, asking for their understanding.
What do you think of Cube Entertainment’s decision?