Twice set to return with new track | Inquirer Entertainment

Twice set to return with new track

/ 07:59 PM June 19, 2018

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K-Pop girl group Twice will be returning to the spotlight with a new single entitled “Dance the Night Away” on July 9, K-Pop Herald reports.

JYP Entertainment, the girl group’s agency, also announced that the group’s new track will be offering a refreshing tune that will suit the summer weather in Korea. They had also released the song’s teaser photo, featuring a wooden tent along the beach, depicting a lively and refreshing summer hangout vibe.


It had only been three months since the nine-member girl group had concluded their promotions for their latest EP “What Is Love” and aside from the upcoming release of their summer track, Twice is schedule to hold nine concerts in four cities in Japan on September and October.


They debuted in 2015 with “Ooh-Ahh” and have since become one of the most popular girl groups with hit tracks like “Cheer Up”, “TT”, “Knock Knock”, “Signal”, “Likey” and “Heartbreaker”. JB

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