The awards show aired live from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles to a crowd full of masked-up music fans on Thursday night.
The as-yet-untitled new release, due out on August 21, will be an English language song.
The K-Pop superstars' 'Bang Bang Con: The Live’ performance on June 14 was viewed by 756,000 fans across more than 100 countries.
The artists will be taping their performances in Los Angeles and Nashville, adhering to social distancing guidelines.
The EP's lead track 'Take Yourself Home,' trended at No. 1 on Twitter worldwide following its release and has now attained over 76 million cumulative global streams.
The new title is now available across digital platforms while the physical editions will be out on August 7 in the US.
‘Stay Gold’ is the latest single from their forthcoming Japanese-language album ‘Map of the Soul: 7 ~The Journey~’out on 15 July.
The new track also features on the band's forthcoming Japanese album, 'Map Of The Soul: 7 ~ The Journey ~'.
The album will be released digitally on 14 July, with physical editions following in the US on 7 August.
Former President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama will greet the graduates with a special message during the ceremony's first hour.
‘We stand against racial discrimination. We condemn violence. You, I and we all have the right to be respected. We will stand together.’
The artists will join ‘Dear Class Of 2020’’s inspiring lineup that includes President Obama, Lady Gaga And BTS.
Streaming 14 June, “Bang Bang Con The Live” will offer a 90-minute performance from the k-pop stars.
YouTube Originals’ “Dear Class Of 2020” virtual graduation will take place 6 June.
Band and promoters Live Nation said: “Our highest priority remains the safety of our artists and fans as well as the global community."
The K-pop superstars will stream hours of free, full-length concerts from their archives beginning 18 April.