Stray Kids will soon be releasing another epic comeback in 2023 with a new album, “ROCK STAR”. This new album will be another magnificent production of Stray Kids directly after their previously brilliant project, “5-STAR”. So, what is the new album about, and how exactly will Stray Kids help you embrace your anxiety? Dive into the first teaser and release date of Stray Kids “ROCK STAR” comeback album 2023 in the following report.
Stray Kids to Release New 2023 Comeback Album, “ROCK STAR”
At midnight on October 6, KST, Stray Kids official social media accounts simultaneously posted a new exciting video teaser. As they usually do, this video teaser acts as the cinematic prologue to welcome Stray Kids’ next comeback. And this time, the new comeback album of Stray Kids will be another brilliant project called “ROCK STAR”.
Just like their previous album projects, Stray Kids will be raising another heart-melting topic that is entirely relatable to the audience’s daily lives. With their new comeback album, “ROCK STAR”, Stray Kids aims to set an example of how to confront and embrace our deep-seated anxiety.
Break Through Beyond Your Anxiety
Over the past few years, Stray Kids has become renowned for addressing topics that resonate deeply with audiences.
Previously in “5-STAR”, Stray Kids specifically relay the message of being free-spirited and doing what you love. As the members brought different versions of freedom, Stray Kids showed the audience how to channel liberty and use it more productively, even though it may be contentious for some people.
This time, in “ROCK STAR” new 2023 comeback album, Stray Kids tackle a highly relatable and sensitive topic: anxiety.
The prologue video teaser begins with a child who fell asleep prior to performing with his group. As the video continued, the voices of Felix and Bang Chan argued back and forth, discussing what to do with the child.
Approaching the last moments of the video, the main value begins emerging as Bang Chan and Felix eventually voice the relatable thoughts of how most people would get extremely upset when things do not go as planned. And this feeling of upset may turn into anxiety.
In the end, Felix and Bang Chan remind the audience not to fear too much of anxiety. That is because anxiety is something we create on our own. That is why if we can move past and see beyond these feelings of anxiety and embrace the moments, we will eventually show them how we rock.
“That anger can sometimes turn into anxiety. But there’s no need to be too afraid of it. Because the ‘anxiety’ is something we create ourselves.
We believe that you will do great if you can go beyond these emotions and enjoy those moments.
Of course, it won’t be easy at all.”Felix and Bang Chan.
Stray Kids “ROCK STAR” Comeback Album 2023: When is the Release Date?
So, when is the release date for Stray Kids upcoming album, “ROCK STAR”?
According to the official announcement, you will be able to join Stray Kids in embracing the feelings of anxiety on the release date of “ROCK STAR” new 2023 comeback album, on Friday, November 10, 2023 at 2 PM KST.
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2023.11.10 FRI 2PM (KST) | 0AM (ET) RELEASE
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And you can start pre-saving “ROCK STAR” today via Spotify and Apple Music using the official links.
Finally, are you ready to embrace your anxiety with Stray Kids? Please share your thoughts in the comments. In the meantime, here’s how Stray Kids has been marking their names as the next generation leaders, according to TIME Magazine.
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