A new album is coming to TXT fans next year.
Titled Still Dreaming, the Japanese full-length album has been slated for release on 12 February, 2021. The announcement follows the Big Hit Entertainment boy group’s release of ‘Your Light’ last month, their very first OST for a Korean drama.
STILL DREAMING - Cinemagraph Sunset Time ver. #TXT#TOMORROW_X_TOGETHER#STILL_DREAMING pic.twitter.com/vQD5C8PZC7— TXT JAPAN OFFICIAL (@TXT_bighit_jp) December 5, 2020
Of the 10-track album, six of the songs will be Japanese versions of their hit Korean tracks, such as ‘Can't You See Me?’ and one of their newest releases, ‘Blue Hour’. The rest will consist of an intro and outro, ‘Everlasting Shine’ from Black Clover, on top of a brand new Japanese original titled ‘Force’, which will star as the opening theme for World Trigger Season 2.
Check out the tracklist here:
- Intro: DREAMING
- Force (New Japanese original)
- Blue Hour (New Japanese version of the lead track in the mini album, minisode1: Blue Hour released in Oct.)
- Run Away (Japanese version)
- CROWN (Japanese version)
- Angel Or Devil (Japanese version)
- Drama (Japanese version)
- Everlasting Shine
- Can't You See Me? (Japanese version)
- Outro: STILL
Individual cinemagraphs and moodboards have since been released to excite fans about the upcoming album.
STILL DREAMING - Cinemagraph Daytime ver. #TXT ( #투모로우바이투게더 )#TOMORROW_X_TOGETHER#TXT#STILL_DREAMING pic.twitter.com/JrWlBwj0JA— TXT JAPAN OFFICIAL (@TXT_bighit_jp) December 22, 2020
Fans can now preorder the album here, with the choices of the Standard Edition, Limited Edition A, and Limited Edition B.
CD, lyric booklet with sunset-time photos, and one of five randomly selected photo cards.
|Limited Edition A||
CD in a limited-edition deluxe slipcase, 24-page booklet with daytime photos, lyric booklet.
|Limited Edition B||
Limited-edition CD + DVD (music video for ‘Blue Hour’, making of the video, and photoshoot videos), and 12-page booklet filled with daytime and sunset-time photos unique to this package.
It was only in January this year that the five-member outfit made their Japanese debut with ‘Magic Hour’. Two months ago, they dropped their comeback EP, minisode1 : Blue Hour, prior to performing and winning at the likes of the Mnet Asian Music Awards, The Fact Music Awards, and more.