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Watch SEVENTEEN Talk ‘Growth’ on ‘Attacca’ EP & Getting CARATs


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SEVENTEEN returned Friday (Oct. 22) with their ninth EP Attacca, and in a new interview with Billboard News‘ Tetris Kelly, the group is opening up about their quick comeback after Your Choice, the album’s message of love, and getting CARATs involved in the music-making process.

The 13-member K-pop group is spoiling fans with new music, releasing Attacca just four months after June’s Your Choice EP, and they’re not planning to slow down anytime soon.

“We’re not taking any breaks,” Hoshi says, with S.Coups adding: “We worked even harder since we’re not able to meet everyone in person right now. We wanted to connect more frequently, at least through our music.”

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