Former Super Junior-M member Henry Lau has released his first single in two years.
“Moonlight,” which was released on Wednesday under Lau’s current label Monster Entertainment and in affiliation with Warner Music Korea, was co-written by Lau alongside multi-platinum composers Tyler Spry and Simon Oscroft, best known for their work with OneRepublic.
Lau, a Canadian singer of Chinese descent, first debuted as a member of Super Junior-M, the Chinese subunit for boy band Super Junior, in 2008. He later made his solo debut with the mini-album “Trap” in 2013.
Prior to “Moonlight,” his latest release was the mini-album “Journey” in November 2020, following his departure from SM Entertainment in 2018.
In related news, the documentary “Super Junior: The Last Man Standing” will premiere on Disney Plus on Jan. 18 in celebration of the band’s 18th anniversary. The documentary will spotlight the group’s journey from their debut as Super Junior 05 to their rise as superstars. It will also feature never-before-seen interviews with the group’s active members.