Infinite releases second Japanese album “For You”


Popular Korean boy band Infinite made a comeback with ‘For You.’

Two years and six months after their first Japanese album, “When I Fall In Love,” was released, Korean boy band Infinite released a second full-length album.

“For You” refers to the band’s fans, Inspirits, and is dedicated to them. It is supposed to convey the message that the album is “For Inspirits.”

The album features a total of 11 songs, including six that were released in the past: “Last Romeo~I Only Need You,” “Dilemma,” “24 Hours” and “Just Another Lonely Night,” as well as the Japanese versions of “Nothing’s Over” and “Back.”  

The other five tracks are new: “Can’t Get Over You” and “Love of My Life,” and Japanese versions of “For You,” “Bad” and “Between Me & You.”

There are 10 versions of the album, including a limited edition CD + Blu-ray version, a limited edition CD + DVD version, a regular edition first press version and a limited edition clear file version that comes in seven different jackets, one for each member.

Infinite also released a music video of “Can’t Get Over You,” one of the new tracks on the album which tells the story of a man who has recently broken up with his significant other and his struggle in getting over her.

Infinite once again proves why it is one of the most well-known Korean boy bands, even beyond Korea. With new songs and albums emerging, likely to soon be accompanied by their famous choreography, Infinite brings joy to their fans.