STAYC, continuing the general trend! Japan’s second single album ‘Teddy Bear’ scheduled to be released on April 5th + confirmation of a local showcase
2023 02 23
The group STAYC will make their Japanese comeback in Japan on April 5th.
On the 23rd, High Up Entertainment agency said, “STAYC(Sumin, Sieun, ISA, Seeun, Yoon, and J) will release their second single album ‘Teddy Bear’ in Japan on April 5th.”
This comeback is the first time in about 5 months since the Japanese debut single ‘Poppy’ released in November last year. STAYC, who received keen attention in Japan at the time, including ticket sold-out for their debut showcase and decorating on the main electronic display of Tower Records, continues the enthusiasm of local fans by announcing their comeback early on.
The album will contain a total of two songs, including the Japanese version of ‘Teddy Bear,’ which of the Korean was released in Korea on the 1th and the Japanese version of ‘STEREOTYPE’, the title song of STAYC’s first mini album.
In addition, STAYC will hold a comeback showcase <STAYC Japan 2nd Showcase 2023 ‘Teddy Bear’> in Tokyo and Osaka, commemorating the Japanese comeback. This is the first showcase in Osaka, and it is expected to draw attention from local fans.
‘Teddy Bear’ is a pop punk genre song armed with STAYC’s own fresh energy, and contains a message of hope and comfort like a reliable teddy bear, which has become people’s own hero. Not only STAYC’s kitsch and lovely charm, but also the addictive point choreography ‘bear dance’ continues to be a hot topic.
In particular, ‘Teddy Bear’ has been on a steady rise since entering the Melon TOP 100 shortly after its release, and the music video has quickly surpassed 30 million views after achieving 10 million views a day. The initial album sales (February 14th to February 20th) recorded 341,047 copies, far exceeding the previous record, achieving career high, showing an impressive move.
Meanwhile, STAYC’s second Japanese single ‘Teddy Bear’ will be released on April 5th. STAYC is expected to capture Japan following Korea with ‘Teddy Bear,’ which contains their unique team color.