They also have a desire to take over the J-pop world, and Love & Peace is their third Japanese album. It landed in first place on the Oricon Weekly Album Chart, one of Japan's iconic indicators.
The record has an electro-pop vibe, but also includes some classic J-pop beats and an R&B love track.
Galaxy Supernova - which peaked at No 3 on the Oricon, and No 4 on the Japan Hot 100 - boasts some head-bobbing beats. Another good track is Motorcycle, which has an interesting mix of pop and electro sounds throughout.
You can't break into the Japanese market without making your sound a bit Japanese-y, and Flyers and Karma Butterfly are the group's answers to that. The last track, Everyday Love, offers some soothing R&B grooves.
Love & Peace is set to become the group's next huge hit. But one day, fans would like to see a bit of creative effort from the nine pretty performers.