2AM is planning to make a comeback in January next year, according to a local media report on Wednesday.

The quartet is gearing up for a return early next month and will be backed by Hybe chairman Bang Sihyuk, who has written a series of hit songs for the band including “Can’t Let You Go Even If I Die” and supported its comeback in 2021, after a seven-year hiatus.

2AM will unveil a new song at a television music show on New Year’s Eve, raising expectations for the pending album.

The band debuted in 2008 with the single “This Song.”

A Brief History of 2AM to now

2AM made their debut in July 2008 with their first single, entitled “This Song.” The ballad vocal group also debuted in Japan with their first full-length album, “Voice,” in January 2013. After a year, 2AM returned to JYP Entertainment, and “Let’s Talk” was their first release under the company.

In 2015, three 2AM members (Jinwoon, Seulong, and Changmin) left JYPE, while Jo Kwon only parted ways with the agency in 2017. While the four members are signed under different agencies, 2AM has not disbanded.

Since then, 2AM has been inactive in the music industry as a group.

Part of this post was sourced @ KoreaHerald.com

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