K-pop boy group SEVENTEEN have made a comeback with their new mini-album “FML.”
Accompanying the album drop is a music video for the single “Super.” The group is slated to release another music video for the single “F*ck My Life” on May 8.
In Korean, “Super” is titled “손오공,” which refers to the Monkey King (Son O Gong in Korean) from the classic Chinese novel “Journey to the West.” The track’s lyrics also mention turning into Son O Gong.
“FML” includes tracks by each of SEVENTEEN‘s three units.
The hip-hop team consisting of S.Coups, Wonwoo, Mingyu and Vernon produced the track “Fire.” Meanwhile, Hoshi, Jun, The8 and Dino of the performance team produced “I Don’t Understand but I Luv U,” and Woozi, Jeonghan, Joshua, DK and Seungkwan of the vocal team produced “Dust.”
The album concludes with the track “April Shower,” which is performed by all 13 members of the group. Per usual, Woozi had a hand in co-producing a majority of the album’s songs.
“FML” marks SEVENTEEN’s latest comeback as a full group since their repackaged album “Sector 17,” a re-release of their fourth studio album “Face the Sun” released in August 2022.
Earlier this year, SEVENTEEN subunit BSS made a comeback with the single album ”Second Wind.”