Calling all ARMYs: BTS are set to release their own range of tech accessories!

Over the past few years Korean boyband BTS have become a global sensation, with their album ‘Love Yourself: Answer’ being certified Gold last year as well as their recent EP ‘Map of The Soul: Persona’. However the well loved heartthrobs are about to give their fans even more treats.

Teaming up with ‘Casetify’, BTS are set to release their very own globally available range of technology accessories, compatible with iPhone, Samsung, Airpods, Apple Watch, Macbooks, iPads and many more. The entire range is set to feature design elements referring to their lead single ‘Boy With Luv’ taken from their most recent EP.

Having previously collaborated with iconic artists such as Pharell and the Rolling Stones, Casetify’s collaboration with BTS is set to be incredible.

The band actively promote the message of self-love to their fans making them a perfect fit for casetify’s core values,

“We’re incredibly proud to welcome BTS to the Casetify Co-Lab program,” said Wes Ng, CEO and co-founder of Casetify. “The band’s cultural influence and message of self acceptance perfectly aligns with Casetify’s core values, and we can’t wait to unite fans around the world through this collection.”

The collection will launch both Online and Instore globally from 19th November 2019, However fans can join the waiting list over on Casetify’s website to gain access and shop the range before it’s global release!

How excited are you?

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Written by Amy Carr

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