Monsta X Release New Single 'Middle of the Night' From 'All About Luv,' the K-pop Group's First All English Album

K-pop boy band Monsta X released a new song and teased a music video on Friday, ahead of their new album out next year. The music video will be dropping within a day.

The single "Middle of the Night" is a track from the group's forthcoming album All About Luv, which will be released on Valentine's Day (February 14) 2020, the band announced on its official Twitter account. The group also revealed a teaser of the music video for the new song.

All About Luv, now available to pre-order on Spotify, iTunes, Amazon and other music channels, is the 5th English-language single from the South Korean band and their first all English album.

The new track features a catchy tune with a groovy vibe matched with a sleek look and classic feel in the teaser of the music video, with the band members dressed in black suits and bow ties.

The upcoming 11-track album will also feature the previously released songs "Who Do U Love (featuring French Montana)" and "Someone's Someone."

"This album talks about relationships, and things that we are all dealing with on a daily basis. We hope that our MONBEBE [the collective name for Monsta X fans, meaning 'My baby' in French] all over the world will like it, and spread the word, after all, it's all about luv," the group said.

"We are super excited about our new English album! It's a Valentine gift to all of our MONBEBE who are standing by our side day and night," the band said.

The latest release comes fresh off the back of the band's performance and win at the 2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards this week in Japan, where they bagged the best world performance award.

Monsta X have also recently caused a storm on social media following the controversial exit of former member Wonho from the band, which was announced back in October in a statement from the group's management company Starship Entertainment.

"After a long discussion with MONSTA X's member Wonho, we have agreed that it's best to part ways amicably at this point. We greatly respect Wonho's decision who wants to make sure the recent chain of events doesn't distract from all of the exciting things that are happening for MONSTA X now and what lies ahead in the future. We will continue to hold legal liability for malicious and distorted claims related to this matter," the statement read.

#MiddleOfTheNightMusicVideo tomorrow 9AM PT/12PM ET#MONSTAX #MONSTA_X

— 몬스타엑스_MONSTA X (@OfficialMonstaX) December 6, 2019

Outraged and devastated by the news, Monsta X fans have flooded social media with messages of support for Wonho and the band using various hashtags that have been top-trending on Twitter for weeks, urging Starship to reinstate Wonho. Many fans blamed the departure on cyberbullying culture and claimed the singer was dismissed based on false rumors.

Monsta X was formed in 2014 and the group has gone from strength to strength since their debut, gaining an international following boosted by their appearances on various major American television shows, including Good Morning America, Jimmy Kimmel Live and The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Pre-Save/Pre-Add here: #MONSTA_X

— 몬스타엑스_MONSTA X (@OfficialMonstaX) December 5, 2019

Monsta X was also the first K-pop group to perform at a major music festival in the U.S. after their performance at the Life Is Beautiful Music & Art Festival in Las Vegas, followed by another historic appearance as the first K-pop band to perform at the iHeartRadio Music Festival on the same day. The group have also released songs in collaboration with other American artists including rapper, singer-songwriter and producer

K-pop group Monsta X new album 2019
Monsta X will be releasing a new full-length album on February 14, 2020. Starship Entertainment