Korean pop-rock band DAY6 are finally making a long-awaited comeback this March a mini-album entitled Fourever.

On March 4, the 4-piece group announced through a trailer film posted on their social media that they would releasing their eighth mini-album entitled Fourever on March 18 at 6 PM KST.

News of the band’s comeback first came up on February 16 via South Korean media, stating that the band was currently filming a music video for a comeback targeted for March.

Fourever marks the group’s first comeback as a full band since their 7th mini album The Book of Us: Negentropy – Chaos Swallowed Up in Love released last April 2021. Around a month before this, leader, vocalist, and guitarist Sungjin enlisted in the South Korean military to begin his mandatory service; the first of the group to do so. This was also the band’s last comeback to feature guitarist and vocalist Jae, who departed from the group and their longtime entertainment company, JYP Entertainment, in January 2022.

Keyboardist, synths player, and vocalist Wonpil was discharged from his mandatory military service last November 2023, the last member of the band to do so. Marking this momentous occasion and to celebrate their return as a full group, the band held a Christmas concert series from December 22-24, 2022 at the Korea University Hwajeong Tiger Dome.

To prepare for and celebrate the release of Fourever, listen to The Book of Us: Negentropy – Chaos Swallowed Up in Love below.