Update: Highlight Gives Fans A Look At Physical Album Cover

Updated May 19 12 a.m. KST: 

Along with information about when and where to pre-order their upcoming repackaged album “Calling You,” Highlight has unveiled a look at what the physical copy will look like.

“Calling You” is formatted like a photo album or a book and includes a CD, lyrics book, photo booklet, photo card, and poster.

The album will be released on May 29 and preorders are available through various online and offline outlets from May 19 to May 28.

Updated May 18 12 a.m. KST: 

Highlight has gone for a new look in their second round of concept photos!

Unlike the somber black-and-white teasers of yesterday (see below), Highlight has returned to a more playful style of clothing, although their expressions remain serious.

Also in a change from their previous round of teasers, they feature some interesting group shots where two or three members are photographed together.

Highlight will release their repackaged album on May 29 at 6 p.m. KST.

Updated May 17 12 a.m. KST: 

Highlight has dropped the first concept photos of the individual members for their upcoming repackaged album, “Calling You!”

Unlike the previous brightly colored teasers or even the teaser photos for their first album “Can You Feel It?,” the new photos are black-and-white with a wistful, elegant vibe.

Yong Junhyung previously gave a spoiler of their new title track and talked about the meaning of “Calling You.”

Highlight’s repackaged album is due for release on May 29 at 6 p.m. KST.

Updated May 16 12 a.m. KST: 

As promised by their promotion schedule teaser, dropped earlier this week, Highlight has unveiled the full tracklist for their upcoming album.

The album is a repackage of the group’s “debut” album “Can You Feel It?,” released earlier this year after they set up their new label, Around US Entertainment, and new group name. The title track of the new album will be “Calling You.”

Like most of Highlight’s songs (and many of the songs they recorded as BEAST), much of the tracklist was composed and written by the producing team Good Life, Yong Junhyung and Kim Tae Joo. However, Track No. 5 (“Start”) was co-written and co-composed by Yang Yoseob, while Lee Kikwang contributed to Track No. 6 (“Dangerous”).

Updated May 15 2 p.m. KST: 

Earlier today, Highlight’s management agency, Around Us Entertainment, released a promotion schedule plan for the group’s comeback at the end of this month.

Based on the schedule, fans can see that the group will be releasing the usual concept photos and music video teasers, as is expected from an idol group’s comeback; however, in addition to these things, Highlight has also included two unique promotional events to their schedule, which are called “Highlight Call” and “Lyrics Spoiler.”

Highlight’s new title track and repackaged album are set to drop on May 29 at 6 p.m. KST.


As promised, Highlight will be releasing some new tracks before the month ends!

On May 15 at midnight KST, the group unveiled their first teaser for their upcoming repackaged album.

The image doesn’t reveal much, and features a bright red phone with the word “highlight” engraved into it. In line with what they previously announced, their new track and repackaged album is set to be released on May 29, according to the image.

The group just recently finished promoting their “debut” song “Plz Don’t Be Sad,” and is also preparing to hold solo concerts in June, in addition to attending KCON 2017 NY.

Are you excited for their speedy comeback?