BM of K-pop group Kard drops digital single ‘Strangers’

  • BM of the K-pop co-ed group Kard released his digital single “Strangers” on Tuesday.
  • The single, a follow-up to his January single “Lost in Euphoria,” comes with the additional song “Bad Intentions.””
  • After a two-year hiatus while member J. Seph completed his military enlistment, Kard returned with their fifth mini-album “Re:,” led by the title track “Ring The Alarm.”
  • In partnership with MyMusic Taste, their North American “Wild Kard 2022” tour starts Wednesday in Washington, D.C., and will conclude in Houston, Texas, on Sept. 1.

BM of the K-pop co-ed group Kard dropped his new digital single “Strangers” on Tuesday.

“Strangers” released alongside a visualizer for the track. The single is joined by a b-side track titled “Bad Intentions.” 

This latest project follows his previous single “Lost in Euphoria (LIE)” last January. “LIE” was co-written and co-composed by BM. Before that, he came out with the three-track single work “The First Statement” in July of 2021. “The First Statement” features a Korean-language version of his debut single track “Broken Me,” which came out a month prior.  

His fellow Kard members, J.Seph, Somin and Jiwoo, made their long-awaited return with their fifth mini-album “Re:” last June. It was led by the title track “Ring The Alarm” and was the group’s first new music project together in two years as J.Seph was serving his military enlistment.  

The DSP Media-managed group will embark on the North American leg of their “2022 Wild Kard Tour” in partnership with concert promoters MyMusicTaste starting in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday. 

Feature Image via DSP Media   

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