K-Pop group TXT unveil teaser poster for upcoming ‘Frost’ music video

The booming K-pop boyband TXT released a teaser poster for their upcoming music video, “Frost” – the B-side track from their repackaged album, “The Chaos Chapter: Fight Or Escape”.

“Frost” was included on TXT’s second studio album, “The Chaos Chapter: Freeze,” which was released in May. The son was once again included in the repackaged album released in August.

The group unveiled the teaser poster for “Frost” on Monday with some of his lyrics written on the poster in Korean. “Weak voices. I do not know why. What is my fate? an English translation of the read lyrics, according to Soompi.

The clip will be released on Thursday.

Tomorrow X Together, or simply TXT, are often presented as “young BTS” because they are under the same label that manages the Bangtan Boys. Hybe Label (formerly Big Hit Entertainment) manages both groups.

The five-member group is made up of Yeonjun, Soobin, Beomgyu, Taehyun, and Huening Kai. They debuted in March 2019 with their first mini album, “The Dream Chapter: Star”.

TXT ranked high on Billboard in September when the album “The Chaos Chapter: Freeze” was in No. 1 for 14 weeks. He extended their record as oldest K-pop album of 2021 in the Billboard World Albums Chart. The same album also took No. 26 on Billboard 200 last month, making the group the third K-pop group to have an album on the charts for 11 weeks after BTS and Blackpink.

“LO $ ER = LO ♥ ER”, the title track from the album “The Chaos Chapter: Fight Or Escape” also landed 12th in the global digital song sales chart in September. It also ranked No. 3 on Billboard’s Tastemaker Albums chart that same month.

TXT’s “Hyung (older brother)” and BTS frontman Namjoon aka RM co-written the lyrics to the song “0X1 = Lovesong”, which was one of the tracks from “The Chaos Chapter: Freeze”. The song is about the emotions of a young man who believes in love despite the chaos that surrounds him.

BTS’s Kim Taehyung aka V said earlier that TXT reminded him of their experiences as a rookie group.

“They worked really hard for this album. They always slept in the rehearsal room and I saw them every time I came to the office to record. It felt like I was looking at our past,” V noted during a live broadcast with TXT members in 2019.

TOMORROW X TOGETHER attends the 30th Annual High1 Seoul Music Awards on January 31, 2021 in Seoul, South Korea. Photo: Handout by The Sports Seoul via Getty Images

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