Stray Kids to drop new EP to celebrate first year since debut

March 7, 2019

K-pop boy band Stray Kids will return with a new EP later this month to celebrate the first anniversary of their debut, the band’s management agency said Thursday.

The EP, “Cle 1 : MIROH,” will hit the K-pop scene on March 25, the date the band officially debuted in 2018, according to JYP Entertainment.

The members were recruited through an idol competition show in October, 2017, and released their first EP, “I am NOT,” the next year.

During the debut year, Stray Kids dropped two more EPS — “I am WHO” and “I am YOU” — all the tracks of which were produced by band members.

Stray Kids won eight Rookie of the Year awards last year, paving the way for their potential ascent in the K-pop scene.

This photo shows the members of Stray Kids. (Yonhap)
These teaser images, for Stray Kids' upcoming album "Cle 1 : MIROH," are provided by JYP Entertainment. (Yonhap)

This photo shows the members of Stray Kids. (Yonhap)