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SB19 announces new single and concert tour this September

By Camille Santiago Published Aug 13, 2022 10:34 am

The boys are back!

After days of teasing fans, SB19 have announced that they will release a new single called Where You At, followed by a global tour starting next month.

“It’s been a year, the word ‘hiatus’ may sound negative but we took it from a different perspective. We maximized the opportunity to think more as to what we can improve on, how we can prepare for our comeback,” said group member Stell in a press release.

Their new single, WYAT, is a disco-pop track that highlights the urgency of disconnection to reconnection of the times. It drops on all streaming platforms on September 2, with the official music video to be released on the same day.

Ken said that they are "thrilled" to be releasing this "bigger, better" song for their fans.

"I hope that A’TIN will appreciate at best the work we’ve done for our upcoming tour,” he said.

Aside from the single, SB19 is also headed for a world tour beginning September.

“This will be the first time for us to be going out of the country for our own concert,” reveals SB19 Josh. “We’re excited to meet our international fans. If I may put it: we were caterpillars inside cocoons when we were just starting and now, we’ve turned into butterflies ready to spread our wings!”

WYAT (Where You At) Tour will kick off on September 17 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Soon after, they will head to Clark, Cebu, and Davao, among others, for a series of shows. After which, SB19 will fly to the United States, United Arab Emirates, and Singapore in October.

Reports began circulating this August that the group was preparing for a comeback when SB19 teased the fans with a series of cryptic riddles and videos, with the hashtags #WhereIsSB19? and #WhereYouAtSB19.

Meanwhile, SB19 has also been nominated for the “Best Filipino Boy Band Award” at the Big Apple Music Awards 2022 Dream Edition International in New York City.