AOA Unveils Full Dance Practice for ‘Excuse Me’

The official dance practice for “Excuse Me” is finally out!

If you’ve been waiting to see the girls show off their dance moves, or if you want to learn the choreography, here’s your chance!

As per usual, the girls slay, nailing the signature dance move, which is both cute and sexy at the same time.

AOA just came back with two catchy title tracks, “Excuse Me” and “Bing Bing.”

Both are part of the group’s first studio album, “Angel’s Knock.”

Check it out below! Can you keep up with them?

AOA Makes Comeback with ‘Bing Bing’ & ‘Excuse Me’

AOA is back with the double title tracks, “Bing Bing” and “Excuse Me.”

“Bing Bing” is a more jazzier, seductive song, and its MV explores a magic show concept, with a house of cards, magician’s assistant outfits, and magic show props.

On the other hand, “Excuse Me” is a catchy, alluring song in which the members play investigators who follow the male lead around until they catch him.

The girls are starting off 2017 with the promotion of their first studio album since their debut, “Angel’s Knock,” which consists of 10 tracks.

Although both songs have their strengths, I prefer “Excuse Me” over “Bing Bing.” Which song do you like better, and why?

AOA Drops “Excuse Me” and “Bing Bing” MV Teasers

AOA has dropped new teasers!

On the 29th and 30th of December 2016 KST, AOA dropped on their official YouTube channel, two music video teasers for their upcoming comeback. As you may have heard already, the girls will comeback on January 2nd 2017 KST with their first full length album since they debuted in 2011, “Angel’s Knock“. In addition to the album, the girls will release two music videos for the two title tracks “Excuse Me” and “Bing Bing“. The MV teasers for these two songs have just been released!

The MV teaser for “Excuse Me” gives us a sneak peek of the melody and showcases individual scenes of the girls working in an office while being spied on by someone with binoculars. We get to see beautiful legs as well as gorgeous faces~

Check out the MV teaser for “Excuse Me” below:

On the contrary of the previous teaser, the MV teaser for “Bing Bing” showcases the girls dressed in chic black dresses while dancing to a jazzy beat with purple umbrellas. They give us a sneak peek of what we can expect to see the choreography of “Bing Bing“.

Check out the MV teaser for “Bing Bing” below:

Are you excited for AOA’s comeback? Stay tuned for more updates!

AOA Reveals Stunning Concept Photos for ‘Angel’s Knock’

Girl group AOA has revealed stunning concept photos for their comeback with “Angel’s Knock.”

They will be promoting double title tracks with opposing concepts (hence “AOA vs. AOA”), the first being “Excuse Me” and the second “Bing Bing.”

The members look gorgeous and mature in their photos, suiting both themes equally well.

They have also dropped the official launching film, which depicts Seolhyun encountering her “other self.”

AOA will be returning on January 2nd with their first full-length album, “Angel’s Knock.”

Which concept do you prefer: the light or the dark? Who is your favorite member? (My favorite is Mina!) What are you looking for most with this comeback?

AOA Reveals Details for Comeback with ‘Angel’s Knock’

AOA will be kicking the new year off with the release of their first full-length album, “Angel’s Knock.”

Since announcing their comeback, they have released a detailed comeback schedule, along with more information about the album.

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FNC Entertainment surprised fans with an early teaser, two motion posters of Seolhyun showing conflicting, light versus dark sides, alluding to the “Another Me” release, which will be revealed on December 26th.

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“Angel’s Knock” will have 2 versions, A and B, depicted respectively with pink and purple covers, much like those used in the motion teaser posters.

AOA will officially come back on January 2nd, 2017, with their 1st full-length album since their debut in 2012.