When did SHINee debut?

On April 30th, K-pop band SHINee announced through their official Twitter account and website that they would release a new Japanese-language mini-album on July 28th. The upcoming album should contain five songs. However, the track list and title have not yet been announced.

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With DON’T CALL ME they released their seventh studio album on February 22nd, 2021. The repackage album ATLANTIS was released on April 12, 2021. It contains three new songs, including the title track of the same name, as well as "Area" and "Days and Years".

This will be SHINee's first Japanese release in over three years after their 2018 single "Sunny Side". In the same year, the group also released a Japanese-language compilation album called "SHINee The Best From Now On".

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SHINee: Promotion, Military Service and Comeback

SHINee (pronounced like the English "shiny") is a boy band from South Korea that was founded in 2008. The members are Onew, Key, Minho and Taemin. On May 25th, 2008 SHINee debuted with "Replay". In 2018 the songs "Ring Ding Dong" and "Lucifer" reached 100 million views. These were the first songs of theirs to reach this milestone. However, Onew was drafted into Korean military service on December 10, 2018. Key and Minho followed.

The four remaining members announced their comeback on January 31, 2021 on the TV show "The Ringtone: SHINee is Back" with the song "Marry You".

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SHINee: Planned solo projects

The youngest member of the group, Taemin, will release a new solo album in May before signing up for military service at the end of May as well. Members Key and Onew will also be releasing solo projects this year, in July and September, respectively.