The TOMORROW X TOGETHER members have a new surprise for the fans, and it’s sure to send everyone into a frenzy. The K-pop group has recently released a new song for their webtoon’s OST, much to everyone’s excitement.
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The OST details
On September 19, 2022, the popular boy group unveiled the official music video for Free Falling that features the adventures of Star One, the group protagonists of their webtoon titled The Star Seekers. For the unversed, The Star Seekers chronicles an unpopular idol group that suddenly discovers about possessing magical powers and is given the task of saving the world from a dangerous enemy. For the unversed, the webtoon was first launched in January last year.
Check out the official music video below.
Talking about TXT, the South Korean boy band has released multiple singles this year that include Good Boy Gone Bad and Valley of Lies ft. Iann Dior. The group also released the EP title Minisode 2: Thursday’s Child in May this year. The album also officially made it to the Billboards. It marks their second consecutive release on the Billboard 200 Top 5. For the unversed, the album’s chart rating currently stands at number four in the list. It marks the quintet’s sixth entry on the chart, thereby sending the fans into a frenzy over the big news. The latest album is led by the title track Good Boy Gone Bad which has also topped the Billboard Top Album Sales chart with the third-largest sales week.
Minisode 2: Thursday’s Child
Minisode 2: Thursday’s child includes five tracks and TOMORROW X TOGETHER dropped the album on May 9, 2022, along with a rock-infused music video for the title track Good Boy Gone Bad that has now become an internet sensation. The album also ranked at the top spot on the Oricon Weekly Album Chart of Japan. It also makes the first-ever foreign group in the chart’s history to the top with six consecutive albums.
Earlier, the TXT members also joined three other popular groups, namely BTS, NCT DREAM, and SEVENTEEN, in crossing a total number of one million sales in the first week of the release of the album in the history of Hanteo. Moreover, TXT became the fastest group in Hanteo history to have sold a million copies of an album in the first week of its release.