SEVENTEEN is making headlines as they pre-released the title track of the same name for their second Japanese mini album ’24H’, which will be out on September 9.

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The boys pre-released their new song “24H” on August 18 through the Japanese radio station TOKYO FM ‘SCHOOL OF LOCK!’ and global fans are paying keen attention to the new album.

’24H’ is a song that carries the message “SEVENTEEN is always with CARATs”, in a sophisticated and mature atmosphere that captivates listeners at once, giving them some healing, marking the birth of another masterpiece.

In addition to the title track ’24H’, the album will include the Japanese version of the vocal unit’s song ‘Pinwheel’, the hip-hop unit’s song ‘Chilli’, the performance unit’s song ‘247’, as well as ‘Together’, a song from the seventh mini album ‘Heng:garae’, which topped the Oricon’s weekly albums chart for two consecutive weeks following a record of 1.09 million copies sold.

While expectations for SEVENTEEN’s second Japanese mini album ’24H’ are going beyond the local area to the world, the title track of the same name, which was pre-released on radio broadcasts, has been well praised.

SEVENTEEN is scheduled to meet fans from all over the world with their fan meeting ‘SEVENTEEN in CARAT LAND‘, which will be held online through live streaming at 6 PM on August 30.