26 Oct 2021 8:58 AM +00:00 UTC

Jaurim Revelation: Korean Rock Band Announces Solo Concert + New Album In November

Nearly two years since the pandemic began, Korean acts and artists were forced to stop all their in-person promotions to safeguard themselves and their fans. The health crisis also halted the concerts they regularly held before.

Fortunately, the number of cases has continued to go down in the past months. This finally opened the doors again of the music scene, and Jaurim is one of the lucky bands to finally perform again.

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Jaurim To Give Fans 2-In-1 Experience

The Korea JoongAng Daily confirmed that the rock band would hold a solo concert, Eternal Love, in November. They will also release their most-awaited new album.

Jaurim's agency, Interpark Entertainment, shared that the event will take place from November 26 to 28 at the Olympic Park's Olympic Hall in Seoul. The band, for their part, shared the concert's official poster on their social media accounts. The three members can be seen looking in different directions while red streaks of light added aesthetic to the poster's design.

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Meanwhile, their highly-anticipated album with the same title as their concert ended their three-year hiatus after their 2018 album Jaurim. It will serve as the band's 11th album since its debut.

The rock band is expected to perform their previous hits and the tracks from their new album.

"We are at the final stage of wrapping up the album and are planning to release it in line with the concert. The album is full of the band's distinct sounds and the fans will be able to hear them in the upcoming concert," the agency said.

Jaurim's Second Concert This 2021

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Jaurim concert and new album
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Credit: KBS World TV

Before the Eternal Love concert, Jaurim successfully held their The Songs Written on Leaves, Andante Dramatico at the Seoul Olympic Park in June.

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Since the rock band launched the tour amid the pandemic, they made sure that all safety measures were observed before, during, and after the concert.

Jaurim based the concert's name on the term andante dramatico, which hinted at the concert's different vibe than their previous shows. The decision resonated with what they pledged years ago, telling The Korea Herald that disbandment has no place in them.

Jaurim's fans can expect to hear more from them in the next few years until they are done making good music when there is no more way up.

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