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Fly to the Sky to release new album in November

The duo last released the EP "Love & Hate" in September 2015.

By Annie Martin
Fly to the Sky to release new album in November
Hwanhee (L) and Brian Joo of Fly to the Sky attend a Song Festival photocall in Seoul, South Korea, on December 26, 2014. File Photo by Kim Chul-soo/EPA

Oct. 2 (UPI) -- South Korean duo Fly to the Sky will release a new album in November.

K-pop stars Hwanhee and Brian Joo will reunite to release a followup to their EP Love & Hate, according to The Korea Herald.

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The group's agency, H2media, said the new release will be a mini album, according to Insight. The agency also announced Fly to the Sky will promote the album with a concert at the end of the year.

"The comeback album will be a mini album," a rep said. "We plan to hold a concert at the end of the year with the release."

Fly to the Sky released Love & Hate in September 2015 after making their comeback the year previous. The duo released the album Continuum in 2014 following a five-year hiatus to pursue their solo careers.

Fly to the Sky is known for such singles as "Sea of Love," "Missing You" and "My Angel." Hwanhee released a self-titled solo album in 2011, with Joo last releasing the solo album Reborn Part 1 in 2012.

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