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South Korean hip-hop trio Epic High Coachella is planning to release a new studio album before its upcoming release.

Coachella announced this earlier this week The K-hip-hop band is part of the festival’s return. Epic High – Includes Table, Mitra Jin and DJ Tukutz – Coachella will perform on two Fridays of 2022, both setting the final dates for Epic High. The North American tour was previously announced.

“Did Coachella join Epic High’s North American tour? Dreams come true,” the trio said in a statement. Rolling Stone. “The last two years have been difficult for everyone, so we try 1000% to make the crowd forget the world and enjoy it.”

Shortly after the announcement, frontman Tablo also revealed on Twitter that he plans to release his next studio album before Coachella’s appearance. “The new full album will come to Coachella,” he wrote in both Korean and English.

If all goes according to plan, the expected “Epic High Is Here y, Part Two” should arrive in the coming months, although the exact release date has not yet been officially announced. Last year, the band released two singles called “Song of the Rain” and “Face ID,” which could be included in a future record.

“Epic High Is Here y, Part Two” will work as a sequel to last year’s “Epic High Is Here y, Part One”, which is the first half of his 10th studio album. The project involves collaboration with South Korea’s R&B and hip-hop movements CL and Zico in the hit song “Rosario”, Heize “Based on a true story” and BI In the “Reception Speech” section.

Kanye West (officially Ye, his legal name), Billy Eilish and Harry Styles They want to headline Coachella’s return. The Swedish House Mafia is also returning to the festival.



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