BTS Announces New Album With Tagline “We Are Bulletproof”

Early Sunday morning, BTS announced a new album with the tagline “We Are Bulletproof” coming June 10, in a teaser video posted on social media. The group usually releases information gradually and this is no exception, as there is no other information in the video except for a series of images. It’s unclear if “We Are Bulletproof” is the album title or a song or just a catchphrase.

The album was teased at the end of the last date of the band’s recent four-night Las Vegas residency, when the date “2022.06.10” (June 10) appeared on a video screen at the end of the broadcast, alongside the slogan: “We are bulletproof.”

The group posted this video on Twitter early Sunday morning, while their label,

Big Hit Music confirmed the album in a post on fan community platform Weverse.

“It’s Big Hit Music.

BTS will be back with another new album on June 10, 2022.

Details on the new album will be provided in a separate notice at a later date.

BTS made appearances at both the Grammys and the Oscars earlier this month, highlighting their ever-growing mainstream popularity.

The band brought down the house of the Grammys by performing their mega hit “Butter.” Jungkook descended from the ceiling in spectacular fashion as other band members sat in the audience alongside stars like Keith Urban. V, who was also in the crowd, playfully flirted with Olivia Rodrigo, who performed just before BTS. In the blink of an eye and you’d miss it, J-Hope almost slipped when transitioning from one stage to the next, but performed a smooth recovery (like butter).

The group then went from super stars to super spies, dodging the lights with James Bond-inspired moves.

It was announced on Tuesday that BTS member Jungkook tested positive for COVID-19, but recovered in time for the Grammys.

After the Grammys, BTS stayed in Las Vegas for four dates during their “Permission to Dance on Stage” tour on April 8, 9, 15, and 16 at Allegiant Stadium.

BTS recently made a surprise pre-taped appearance at the Oscars, celebrating their favorite Disney and Pixar movies, including “Coco” and “Aladdin.” Earlier this month, BTS’ concert film “BTS Permission to Dance on Stage: Seoul” grossed $32.6 million in its international box office opening weekend from 3,711 theaters. in 75 markets. The film earned $6.84 million in North America, which was enough to crack the top five at the domestic box office.

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