BTS has something big in store for fans during 2020. The K-Pop group teased the news on social media this week with a hint at what they are planning for the new decade.

In a tweet from Big Hit Entertainment, the group’s label posted an image featuring reflections of the boy band over ripples of water. The word “TOUR” is in all caps below them and the message “April 2020. Stay tuned,” captions the post.

The new post seems to point out that an upcoming tour, kicking off in April, might be in the works for BTS. The BTS Army fan base has already started to piece together what this mysterious message might be saying, according to Billboard. Most of their reactions suggest that we might see the likes of RM, Suga, J-Hope, Jin, V, Jungkook, and Jimin back on the road soon, even though the K-pop group did just wrap up a tour for their album “Love Yourself.”

Other fans suggested that another album might be on the way as well, following the April 2019 success, “Map of the Soul: Persona.” In addition, the band themselves have teased new music as well.

Back at the Variety's Hitmakers event earlier in December, RM teased that the band was working on some new material. "The great news is that we are currently working on our new music and new album and can’t wait to share them with you guys in the near future. I hope you guys are so excited to discover what BTS has in store in 2020."

In addition, at the 2019 MAMA Awards, Jimin also teased some new music from BTS. “We’re working on our next album now, and I think we’ll be able to put out an even better album than you’re expecting. Please look forward to it a lot.”

Following the tour, it was previously announced that the group would be taking a break to rest up and work on new material. However, this new post looks like the band is ready for some new stuff to share with fans in 2020.

BTS hasn’t confirmed or denied anything regarding the tweet from their label.

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Musical group BTS attends the Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 20, 2018, in Las Vegas. Getty Images/Frazer Harrison