Tomorrow X Together aren’t your average boy band. This fourth-gen K-Pop group is both one of the world’s leading, and exciting, formations and one of the most beloved ones. Genre-hopping and artistic bravery is what put them into international charts and got critics’ acclaim but it’s their passion for music that made millions of people fall for this magnificent five. They’re effortlessly cool, fashion-forward and with hearts on their trendy sleeves. What’s not to love?
Yeonjun, Soobin, Beomgyu, Taehyun and HueningKai are much more than pop idols to their fans. They’re like long-distance friends who, once in a while, will send them a love letter in form of an album. The last one, The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE, is a promise of the light at the end of the tunnel. Remember, you’re not alone. They’ve got your back.
Inspired by the astounding fanbase’s response and the appreciation we’ve been showered with since the launch of our special zine, we want to switch places. It’s our turn to share what we learned from, and why we stan, your favourite band.
“Our hope as musicians is that people will be able to look back on our music years from now and think about how our songs moved them or best represented their feelings at that time,” Taehyun looks in the future.
Soobin shares their new secret spell: “Magic here is the love between you and me. […] The common theme here and within our group name is the state of being together”.
From exploring hyperpop and emo-rock sounds to featuring our favourite stars like alt-pop princess Ashnikko or rising Korean star Seori, TXT proves that there are really no barriers. Even the language ones. “[‘Magic’ is] our first English song so it was definitely a new adventure for us,” says Yeonjun.
“We are each other’s sturdy pillars of support and source of much joy,” shares Taehyun. MOA, the affection is mutual.
“We are always giving our all to deliver the best music and performances that we can, and through our music, we will continue to strive to become a source of positive influence for the world.” TXT deserves a title of K-Pop’s most hard-working band.