October 19, 2011 10:43
Top Korean girl group Girls' Generation released their third full-length album "The Boys" globally on Wednesday, one year after their last mini album "Hoot" came out.
The title track of the new album has been available around the world on iTunes since 12 a.m. Wednesday, and the music video was also unveiled online.
At a press conference, the group said, "We just want to keep improving and adding new elements to our performances."
The album contains 13 tracks including the title song produced by Teddy Riley, who formerly worked with Michael Jackson. The track has a strong beat, a catchy melody and the band's signature dance moves -- which they hope audiences in the U.S. and other countries also warm to.
"The key point of the choreography for 'The Boys' is a move that involves the nine of us sitting on the floor stretching our legs out," said Su-young. "We really tried to maximize our individuality this time," chimed in lead singer Tae-yeon.
"The Boys" will be released as a single in the U.S. in November.
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