BTS have announced their next album.

The K-pop phenoms shared the news via Twitter on Monday (April 16), revealing the record is titled Love Yourself: Tear and will arrive May 18. It serves as the follow-up to 2017 EP Love Yourself: Her, but will instead be a full-length album, joining previous LPs Dark & Wild (2014) and Wings (2016).

The band teased the project earlier this month in a cinematic video called "Euphoria: Theme of Love Yourself Wonder," which appeared to connect narratives they'd included in past music videos and featured a snippet of new music, assumedly from the upcoming album.

As reported by Billboard, the record was initially thought to be titled Love Yourself: Wonder due to a widespread fan theory based on Korean literary terms and storytelling, but has, of course, since been disproved.

BTS released Face Yourself, their third Japanese LP, earlier this month. It debuted at No. 43 on the Billboard Hot 200 and became the fastest-selling K-pop record in Japan.

According to BTS’ official fan site, known as a fan cafe in Korea, pre-orders of Love Yourself: Tear will go on sale on April 18.

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