Top Korean rock band CNBLUE has revealed colorful posters of themselves taken for the soon-to-be-released third Japanese single.
On Friday, FNC Entertainment unveiled three different album covers of “Come On”,which is slated to drop in stores on August 1.
The officials said all three versions represent different compositions of each album and the blue-colored edition is the regular version that includes the title track of the same name, its instrumental version, “Wake Up” and “My Miracle.”
The limited red-colored edition is packaged with the aforementioned four tracks as well as a DVD of the music video and making music video clip for “Come On.”
Meanwhile, the green-colored edition is called ‘Lawson album,’ consisted of the new disc and five calender cards, the official said.
The boys’ last single in the country was “Where You Are”, which went on sale on February 1.
The landmark record helped the group to become the first foreign band in 41 years of Oricon’s history to top the weekly chart, after selling over 60,000 copies of the record in the first week of going into sales.
Re-posted with permission: 10asiae