Oct. 18 (UPI) -- South Korean boy band Block B will release a new mini album in November.
The K-pop group confirmed as much in a tweet Tuesday after its agency, KQ Entertainment, shared plans for the project earlier in the day.
"#171107 #6th_Mini #BlockB #COMEBACK," the band wrote, announcing a Nov. 7 release date for the album.
KQ Entertainment said Block B is gearing up for the new album, according to The Korea Herald. The group has yet to decide on a title track and other details.
"It is likely that [the band] will return next month," an official from the agency said. "We are still uncertain about the details, as we aren't even set on what the title track will be."
The news follows the success of Block B's single "Yesterday," which debuted in March. The group, which consists of singers Taeil, B-Bomb, Jaehyo, U-Kwon, Park Kyung, Zico and P.O, released the mini album Blooming Period in April 2016.