“I’ve had a lot planned for this year but decided not to put out the album thinking what meaning it would have without being able to host a concert. But next year, I will ... no matter what situation would be like,” said the musician in a music program that broadcast highlights from his 2019 concerts on Wednesday. His firm P Nation confirmed the statement Thursday.
His eighth LP, 4X2=8, came out in 2017 and the ninth album was originally planned for a 2019 release.
“It has been two years since we realized how precious what we regarded as ordinary, normal. Hopefully, we could find what we lost over the two years back next year,” said Psy, vowing to put on a show that would make the audience ask for “more encores than ever.” – The Korea Herald/Asia News Network