March 25 (UPI) -- South Korean girl group Black Pink will return with a new mini album in April.
The K-pop stars announced plans Sunday for the new EP Kill This Love and a single of the same name.
Black Pink's agency, YG Entertainment, shared a teaser poster on Twitter featuring Lisa. Kill This Love will debut April 5.
"#BLACKPINK 'KILL THIS LOVE' LISA COMEBACK TEASER POSTER 2019.04.05 #BLACKPINK #LISA #KILLTHISLOVE #YG," the post reads.
YG Entertainment said in a press release Black Pink is filming its music video for "Kill This Love." The video will feature "dynamic" choreography from four world-famous choreographers.
Black Pink last released its debut Japanese album, Black Pink in Your Area, in November. The album includes the single "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du," which has the most-viewed music video from a K-pop group on YouTube.
Billboard reported last week Black Pink is the first K-pop act to reach 20 million subscribers on YouTube. The group, which consists of Lisa, Jennie, Jisoo and Rosé, is just one of 20 acts to ever do so.