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BTS Successors TXT Announces Comeback This October

© AP Photo / Chris PizzelloK-Pop boy band TXT
K-Pop boy band TXT - Sputnik International
The K-Pop boy band is in the final stages of preparing for a new album.

Big Hit Entertainment stated that TXT is preparing for a comeback at the end of October. The new release is raising expectations, as the band always presents different concepts.

It has been five months since TXT’s latest comeback with their second mini-album “The Dream Chapter: ETERNITY” in May this year and its lead song “Can’t You See Me?”

The album received warm reviews and was ranked 1st on the iTunes Top Album Chart in 50 countries and regions worldwide.

TXT (stands for Tomorrow x Together), presented in 2019 by Big Hit Entertainment, is the second K-pop project of the label, which had previously been the home agency only for one K-pop group - BTS.

Despite the pressure of having such senior colleagues that are known in every part of the world, young rookies Soobin, Yeonjun, Beomgyu, Taehyun and Huening Kai have managed to succeed within the second year of their debut and even won a popularity award as Rookie of the Year at the Asia Artist Awards in 2019.

The band's fans, named "MOA", which means "Moments of Alwaysness", immediately showed their full support ahead of comeback's news and started trending #TXTOBER worldwide.

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