NU’EST’s last album as a band, titled “Needle & Bubble,” is set for release on March 15.
he date of the release falls on the tenth anniversary of its debut. The album, called “Needle & Bubble,” will chronicle the band’s decadelong music career. The album will be a parting gift for the band‘s fans, and will be full of messages the bandmates wanted to deliver to them, the company said.
The five members decided to go their separate ways as their contracts with the management firm expire on March 14. JR, Aron and Ren leaved the firm, while Baekho and Minhyun still renew their contracts.
NU’EST, which debuted in March 15, 2012, announced earlier this month that it will disband on March 14, coinciding with the end of the members’ contracts. Of the band's five members, JR, Aron and Ren chose not to renew their contracts, while Baekho and Minhyun will continue to be represented by Pledis Entertainment.
The band debuted with the single “Face” (2012). Its most recent full-length album was “Romanticize” (2021), in which the lead track was “Inside Out.”