TOMORROW X TOGETHER Perform “Deja Vu” on The Kelly Clarkson Show

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TOMORROW X TOGETHER staged the first television performance of their new single, “Deja Vu,” on Wednesday’s episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show.

A press release from TXT’s label, BIGHIT Music, describes the performance as such: “It opens with Hueningkai clenching on to a coin as sand falls from his hand, illustrating a sense of longing. As Hueningkai stands up from the dark stage, the four other members, Soobin, Yeonjun, Beomgyu and Taehyun, join him and radiant lights shine on their choreography. Against a pale, desolate backdrop, the band showcases a dynamic performance that swiftly weaves in moves eliciting poignant emotions in sync with the emotive soundscape of the track. The band’s impeccable stage presence shines through, seamlessly blending hard-hitting hip-hop influenced movements and the visually-provoking lyricism of the track.”

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“Deja Vu” appears on the group’s new mini-album, minisode 3: TOMORROW, which was released on Monday. In celebration of its release, Soobin, Yeonjun, Beomgyu, Taehyun, and Hueningkai revisited photos, videos, and stories from the past few years in an exclusive Q&A with our own Mary Siroky.

“New experiences and opportunities keep coming along,” Soobin told Mary, and that’s putting it lightly. Aside from their television appearance on Kelly Clarkson, TXT are set to kick off a major US arena tour beginning in May. Tickets to their upcoming shows are available for purchase here.

Editor’s Note: As our one-year anniversary of TXT’s Consequence cover approaches, we’ve marked down our Limited Edition Collector’s Box by 30%. Take yours home today!

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