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BIGBANG’s full-length album “MADE” which was scheduled for September 1, revealed to be postponed temporarily.

YG Entertainment revealed on August 18 that BIGBANG would be taking three weeks break on September in order to recuperate and be able to perfect their album.

BIGBANG has been working with no rest for these past four months, and have decided that BIGBANG would need a period in order to recharge,” YG Entertainment reveals.

“Since it would be a full-length album, the BIGBANG members have expressed their desire of working on new additional sons in order to have a more polished album. The three weeks which we have carved out in September for domestic broadcast promotions would instead be used in order for the members to recuperate and work on their new songs,” the agency adds.

BIGBANG’s “MADE” album has been divided into single albums which were released on the first day of the month starting last May.

It consists of “M” which has the title tracks “Loser” and “Bae Bae” released on May 1, “A” with the title tracks “Bang Bang Bang” and “We Like to Party” released on June 1, “D” which has the title tracks “If You” and “Sober” released on July 1 and “E” with the title tracks “Zutter” and “Let’s Not Fall in Love” which was released on August 5.

Meanwhile, the group is currently on their world tour which has made their stops on Korea, China, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore and more. Taipei would then be the group’s next stop in late September.