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DAY6
2017 DAY6 TAIPEI.JPG
Day6 at Live & Meet in Taiwan, 2017
From left to right: Sungjin, Dowoon, Jae, Young K, Wonpil
Background information
OriginSeoul, South Korea
Genres
Years active2014 (2014)–present
Labels
Associated actsJYP Nation
Website
Members
  • Jae
  • Sungjin
  • Young K
  • Wonpil
  • Dowoon
Past membersJunhyeok

DAY6 (Korean데이식스) is a South Korean boy band formed by JYP Entertainment in 2014. The band is composed of five members: Jae, Sungjin, Young K, Wonpil, and Dowoon. Originally a six-piece band, Junhyeok later departed from the band in February 2016. The band debuted with their first mini-album, The Day on September 7, 2015.

History[edit]

2014–2016: Formation and debut with The Day and Junhyeok’s departure[edit]

JYP Entertainment initially announced the debut of a five-member band called 5LIVE, composed of Sungjin, Jae, Young K, Junhyeok, and Wonpil. In 2014, the band began promotions with appearing on the fourth episode of Mnet's reality-survival program Who is Next: Win and releasing a song titled "Lovely Girl" as part of the original soundtrack of 2013 TV series Bel Ami.[1]

In mid-2015, drummer Dowoon was added into the line-up and the band was renamed DAY6.[2]

DAY6 released their debut EP, The Day, with the lead single "Congratulations" on September 7, 2015.[3][4]

On February 27, 2016, JYP Entertainment stated that Junhyeok had departed from the band due to personal reasons and terminated his contract with the company.[5] DAY6 remained as a five-member band and released their second EP, Daydream, with the title track "Letting Go" on March 30.[6] On March 31, DAY6 made their official stage debut on the music program M Countdown, six months after their initial debut.

2017: Every Day6 project[edit]

On December 29, 2016, DAY6 announced their monthly project in 2017 titled Every DAY6. The project would release two song every month on the sixth (except May, June, August, and October) along with concerts before the release of monthly song.[7]

DAY6 released their first monthly single with the release of lead single "I Wait" and sidetrack "Goodbye Winter" on January 6, 2017.[8] Their second monthly single was released with the lead single "You Were Beautiful" and sidetrack "My Day" on February 6.[9]

Their third monthly single with the lead single "How Can I Say" and sidetrack "I Would" was released on March 6. They also promoted on the music program M Countdown on March 9.[10] Their fourth monthly single consisting of the lead single "I'm Serious" and sidetrack "Say Wow" was released on April 6. They also promoted on the music program M Countdown the same day. Their fifth monthly single was released on May 8, with the lead single "Dance Dance" and sidetrack "Man in a Movie".[11]

In June 2017, DAY6 released their first full-length album, Sunrise, with a total of 14 tracks. It consists of the releases from January to May, the rebooted version of "Letting Go", the final version of "Congratulations", [12][13] and two new tracks: "I Smile" (the lead single of the album) and "Lean On Me". Day6 also announced their official fanclub name, "My Day", the same day.[14][15]

Their July single consisting of the lead single "Hi Hello" and sidetrack "Be Lazy" was released on July 6. Their August single consisting of the lead single "What Can I Do" and sidetrack "Whatever!" released on August 7.[16] Their September single with the lead single "I Loved You" and sidetrack "I'll Remember" released on September 6.[17][18] Day6 originally would released their October single on October 7 and later installment to released on September 29, which consists of the lead single "When You Love Someone" and the sidetrack "I Need Somebody". The music videos of their August, September, and October singles were a three-part story about high school friendship and love.

DAY6 held their North American meet and greet tour, DAY6 Live & Meet in North America 2017, hosted by SubKulture Entertainment. The tour started in Los Angeles on October 20, Austin on October 22, New York on October 24, Detroit on October 27, and stopped in Toronto on October 29.[19]

Their November single consisting of the lead single "All Alone" and sidetrack "Pouring" was released on November 6. On November 28, JYP Entertainment announced the band's first nationwide tour in 2018, Every DAY6 Concert Nationwide Tour. The tour started in Busan on January 20–21, Daegu on January 27 and stopped in Daejeon on February 10.[20][21]

On December 6, DAY6 official concluded their monthly project with the releases of their second full-length album, Moonrise. The album contained the previous releases from July to November, the title track "I Like You", two sidetrack ("Better Better" and "I'll Try"), and the final versions of the B-sides from the debut mini album The Day.[22]

2018: Youth series, Japanese debut and first world tour[edit]

DAY6 official announced the recruitment of their first generation fan club from January 5 to January 25.[23]

DAY6 announced would made their official debut in Japan on March 14 with their first Japanese single, "If ~また逢えたら~". The single also serves as theme song for Japanese drama 'Repeat'.[24][25] The music video of the single was released on February 2.[26]

DAY6 held their Every Day6 Finale Concert - The Best Moments on March 3 and March 4 in the Olympic Hall.[27]

In April 2018, DAY6 announced their first Japanese concert, DAY6 1st Live in Japan 'The Best Day' on June 13 at Tsutaya O-East in Tokyo.[28][29]

In May 2018, it was announced that DAY6 would release their second Japanese single, "Stop the Rain", on July 25, which was produced by Japanese guitarist Ubukata Shinichi (member of ELLEGARDEN and Nothing’s Carved In Stone).[30][31]

In June 2018, DAY6 released their first greatest hits album in Japan, The Best Day, which is composed of the band's previous Korean singles and three new version tracks: "Congratulations" (English Ver.), "I Wait" (Japanese Ver.), and "You Were Beautiful" (English Ver.).

On June 26, DAY6 released their third EP Shoot Me: Youth Part 1.[32][33] The mini album contains seven tracks, with the lead single titled "Shoot Me". The second part, Remember Us: Youth Part 2, was released on December 10 with the title track "days gone by".[34] On October 17, 2018, between the release of the two parts, their first Japanese studio album Unlock was released.

DAY6 went on their first world tour, titled Youth, subsequently performing in 24 cities in Asia, Australia, America and Europe from June 22, 2018 to January 29, 2019.[35]

2019: The Book of Us series and second world tour[edit]

On January 10, 2019, the DAY6 YouTube account announced that recruitment for their second generation fan club would begin that month.[36]

DAY6 released their fifth extended play The Book of Us: Gravity on July 15, 2019. They received their first-ever music show win on July 24.[37] They embarked on their second world tour on August 9.[38]

On October 22, they released their third Korean-language studio album, The Book of Us: Entropy.[39]

Members[edit]

Current members[edit]

  • Jae (제이) – lead guitarist, lead vocalist.[40]
  • Sungjin (성진) – leader, main vocalist, rhythm guitarist.[40]
  • Young K (영케이) – bassist, lead vocalist, rapper.[40]
  • Wonpil (원필) – synthesizer, keyboardist, lead vocalist.[40]
  • Dowoon (도운) – drummer , vocalist [40]

Former members[edit]

  • Junhyeok (준혁) – keyboardist, vocalist.[40]

Discography[edit]

Tours and concerts[edit]

Headlining concerts[edit]

  • Day6 Live Concert "D-Day" (2015)
  • Day6 Live Concert "Dream" (2016)
  • Every Day6 Concerts (2017–2018)
  • Day6 1st Live in Japan "The Best Day" (2018)
  • Day6 Christmas Special Concert "The Present" (2018)

Headlining tours[edit]

  • Day6 First World Tour "Youth" (2018-2019)
  • Day6 2nd Live Tour in Japan (2018)
  • Day6 World Tour "Gravity" (2019-2020)

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Note(s) Ref.
2016 DAY6's Free Radio (season 1) 10 episodes [41]
2017 [Tour Avatar] DAY6 x GYEONGJU Ep. 7 & 8 [42]
2018 DAY6's Free Radio (season 2) 5 episodes (+ 1 special clip) [43]
2018 Stark Idol League DAY6 4 episodes [44]
2019 DAY6 Real Trip <DAYOFF> in Jeju 6 episodes (+ 2 special clips) [45]
2019 DAY6 Youth Warm-Up 4 episodes (+ 1 special clip) [46]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Recipient Result Ref.
Asia Artist Awards
2018 Popularity Award (Singer) Day6 Nominated [47]
Gaon Chart Music Awards
2016 New Artist of the Year Day6 Nominated [48]
Golden Disc Awards
2019 Album of the Year Shoot Me: Youth Part 1 Nominated [49]
Popularity Award Day6 Nominated
Genie Music Awards
2018 Song of the Year "Shoot Me" Nominated [50]
Band Music Award Won [51]
Genie Music Popularity Award Day6 Nominated [52]
Melon Music Awards
2017 Best Rock Performance "You Were Beautiful" Nominated [53]
2018 "I Like You" Nominated [54]
Mnet Asian Music Awards
2016 Best Band Performance "Letting Go" Nominated [55]
Song of the Year Nominated
2017 Best Band Performance "I Smile" Nominated [56]
Song of the Year Nominated [57]
2018 Best Band Performance "Shoot Me" Nominated [58]
Song of the Year Nominated
2019 Best Band Performance "Time Of Our Life" Nominated [59]
Song of The Year Nominated
Worldwide Fans' Choice DAY6 Nominated
Seoul Music Awards
2016 Bonsang Award "Congratulations" Nominated [60]
New Artist Award Day6 Nominated
Popularity Award Nominated

Fan Club[edit]

The official fan club's name is 'My Day'. This is the name that was finally chosen due to the fans' ideas and votes in line with the release date of the first regular album "SUNRISE" on July 7, 2017. It means "Day6" and "Fans" are precious things that can fill each other's day. The song 'My Day' was released in February 2017 in 'Every DAY 6 February' and is considered a fan song.[61]

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