While Dalmatian‘s second mini-album was scheduled to go on sale on May 15th, it has been delayed a day and will now be released on May 16th.
Dalmatian’s second mini-album ‘State of Emergency‘ was supposed to be sold both online and in stores on May 15th, but an unexpected problem arose at the distributors during the mastering of the album (that is, the process of completing the sound quality of the album after the recording of the CD has finished). As a result, the release date was pushed back a day.
A representative from Dalmatian’s agency remarked, “Our distributor conveyed to us that there was a problem with the sound source and that more mastering time was necessary and unavoidable. We will devote ourselves to working on an even higher quality of sound for you to listen to. However, we are very sorry to those fans who have been waiting for Dalmatian’s music.”
It was also said, “The Dalmatian members are also regretful. However, given that extra day’s time, they have been spurred to practice so that they can show you an even more perfect image.”
Last week, they released the teaser for their title song ‘E.R‘ on May 11th, and in just one day, it recorded over 50,000 hits. Expectations are being aroused as the members of Dalmatian attempt to transform into tough men with intense charisma.
In the meantime, Dalmatian’s second mini-album ‘State of Emergency’ will be sold on and offline on May 16th.
Source: Joy News 24