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Stray Kids tease two new albums and 2024 world tour

A big year ahead for the K-Pop group...

By Rolling Stone UK

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY - SEPTEMBER 12: (L-R) Bang Chan, Lee Know, Felix, Han, Seungmin, Changbin, Hyunjin and I.N of Stray Kids pose in the press room with their Best K-Pop award for "S-Class" at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards at Prudential Center on September 12, 2023 in Newark, New Jersey. (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

K-pop stalwarts Stray Kids have teased fresh plans to release new music in 2024 and embark on a massive world tour.

The group hinted at the plans yesterday (January 1) as they shared the 2024 edition of their annual ‘Step Out’ video series, which saw them look back at what they achieved in 2023 and outline their plans for the year ahead.

The group – which consists of eight members – hinted that a world tour could be in the offing, alongside two separate albums.

As well as teasing a new fan meeting, the group also explained that they will be releasing a slew of fresh video content including new episodes of the popular ‘2 Kids Show’ and ‘1 Kid’s Room’.

You can watch the boyband’s ‘Step Out 2024’ video below.

The latest development comes after Hyunjin – one of the group’s members – discussed their music and evolution in a recent interview with Rolling Stone UK.

Asked what his favourite song of the group is, Hyunjin replied: ““I would say it is ‘God’s Menu’. “I think it’s a symbol of Stray Kids as it implies the beginning of our band. It reminds me of the beginning, so it’s one of my favourite songs.”