Aespa spilled some new, much anticipated details about the the unreleased song they will perform at Coachella 2022, and even hinted at an upcoming album!
During an interview with Billboard, the members discussed who they hope to meet at Coachella and how they feel about performing on the main stage there. But fans have been particularly excited about the mysterious unreleased song that the group is set to perform, and thankfully Winter and Giselle came through with some exciting news about it.
Many fans have been speculating that aespa’s Coachella performance of their unreleased song would kick off a new comeback…
Girlies gonna open their new era at coachella
— ❄️ (@aesfighting) April 19, 2022
…and it turns out they may have been right. Winter revealed during the interview that the song is titled “Life’s Too Short,” and that, in fact, it is the English version of a track that is in aespa’s upcoming album!
We are preparing a special performance of an unreleased track from our soon-to-be released album and it’s called “Life’s Too Short.” We’re singing the English version of the song so please stay tuned, hope you’re excited!
Giselle seemed to confirm this when the interviewer asked them, “We know you’re in town for Coachella this time, will you be coming to the U.S. again soon?” Giselle replied that yes, aespa would be back soon…to promote the new album.
We will be back in the U.S. to promote our next album and, hopefully, when the situation is safe, we can meet more of our global MYs!
As fans have been suspecting all along, a comeback really may just be around the corner…
So, basically aespa will perform a new song called Life's Too Short in Coachella. This is part of their UPCOMING ALBUM. And after Coachella, they will RETURN again to the US to promote it.
In short, COME BACK IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER. 😳
— 𝐍𝐎È (@aesleven) April 20, 2022
This makes aespa’s upcoming performance at Coachella all the more exciting. Fans already know to expect an iconic Coachella-debut from the group, but a comeback announcement on that stage would be nothing short of legendary!