TWICE Drops Majestic Teaser Photos For New Japanese Single “Better”
TWICE continues to captivate fans’ hearts as they unveil a set of warm and stunning previews for their newest Japanese single!
TWICE officially embarks into a new journey by announcing the upcoming release of their seventh Japanese single, titled “Better.”
On September 22, JYP Entertainment revealed the exhilarating news via TWICE’s official Japanese fan club homepage and SNS accounts.
Scheduled to return to the J-Pop scene after four months, the girl group further stunned the audience with their dazzling concept photos.
While sporting warm-toned outfits that embodies the autumn season, the girls portrayed a more mature image with their elegant auras.
Moreover, TWICE’s striking gazes and equally appealing poses heightened fans’ anticipation regarding the new kind of music they will deliver.
With their youthful hairstyles and subtle overall styling, the girl group also demonstrates their undeniable charisma as they present themselves against attractive backdrops.
Additionally, the four album jacket covers emit nothing but warm and soft atmosphere as the girls unleash their irresistible charms.
Scheduled for release on November 18, the single album consists a total of two tracks including the lead track “Better” and a b-side bearing the title “Scorpion.”
“Better” is a song which expresses TWICE’s yearning feeling to meet fans quickly in person. It will also feature a performance filled with sincerity and gratitude.
Following the successful July release of the cheerful track “Fanfare”, Better will be the girl group’s sixth Japanese single album.
Furthermore, the group’s previous single album recorded over 250,000 sales in just two days and earned a platinum certification in Japan.
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Along with their astounding popularity in South Korea, TWICE proves that they are phenomenal with their numerous achievements in Japan.
Just recently, their third compilation album #TWICE3 scored the No. 1 spots in Oricon’s Weekly Album Chart and Daily Album Chart.
Moreover, the group has also swept the No. 1 spot in Billboard Japan’s Hot Albums Chart and is now eligible for a RIAJ gold certification.
With the release of #TWICE3, TWICE made a history by becoming the other foreign female artist to attain the greatest number of number one albums on Oricon Charts.
Meanwhile, pre-orders for Better has already started on TWICE Japan’s official website, Tsutaya, HMV, Rakuten Books, Amazon and Tower Records.
Source: Sports Donga
Photos from JYP Entertainment