• The songs in “Be,” BTS’ second album this year, will impart a message of healing to the world
  • The album is available for preorder starting Monday
  • The songs in “Be” belong to different genres and will be different from “Dynamite”

BTS will be releasing a new album titled "Be" on Nov. 20, the K-pop group's management agency Big Hit Entertainment announced on Sunday, Sept 27.

"Be," which can be preordered starting Monday, is BTS' second album this year. In February, the septet released "Map of the Soul: 7," which touched upon the themes of self-acceptance and reflection.

“Be” will focus on the theme of healing.

"The new album imparts a message of healing to the world by declaring, 'Even in the face of this new normality, our life goes on,'" Big Hit Entertainment said of BTS' upcoming album.

"For this album in particular, the septet took a step further and was involved not only in the music making process, but also in the overall production: concept, composition, design, etc.…This new project offers an even richer musical spectrum experience as well as the most 'BTS-ish' music yet," the company stated.

Not much is known about the songs in the new album. But the group’s leader, RM, earlier said that the songs will have varying genres.

"There are a lot of different genres on the album," RM said during a chat on the radio show "Bae Chul Soo’s Music Camp." "The songs’ messages are what are needed the most right now during these times."

BTS, which also consists of Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook, said the songs are very different from "Dynamite," their first all-English single.

The group has been breaking records since the song’s release on Aug. 21.

Earlier this month, BTS became the first all-South Korean act to reach no. 1 on Billboard Hot 100, and "Dynamite" broke the YouTube record for most views in a single day after getting 101.1 million views.

And the boys are grateful to their fans, collectively known as the Army, for making "Dynamite" a success.

"When fans connect our songs with their own experiences and attach meanings behind it, we’re amazed by the various experiences along with ways of life in the world, allowing us to have fresh thoughts and perspectives that our songs can be interpreted differently," BTS told Teen Vogue.

BTS is currently gearing up for its online concert "BTS Map Of The Soul ON:E," which will be held on Oct. 10 and 11.

The group will also appear on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" for a week-long special from Sept. 28 to Oct. 2.

Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook of K-Pop band BTS are seen during an interview at the "Today" Show on Feb. 21, 2020, in New York City. Jose Perez/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images