Korean R&B band Brown Eyed Soul will release its fourth full-length album on Thursday.
The album celebrates the 10th anniversary of the band's debut and will contain hit songs of the four-member band, the band's management agency said on Tuesday. On the same day, it released a teaser video of the new album, in which a man dances to music from a cassette tape player on an unmanned island.
"The new album was made with retro sound that was popular in the 1960s and 70s," the agency said.
Brown Eyed Soul will host its 10th anniversary concert at Olympic Park Gymnastics Gymnasium in southern Seoul on Feb. 22-23.