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TXT unveils MV for its first English track 

K-Pop group TXT (Tomorrow X Together) on June 11 released the official music video for its first English track, “Magic."


TXT attempts to save humans with 'Magic' in a futuristic music video.
The single is the boy group’s first-ever full English track since debut. The trendy disco-pop song is a b-side included in the group’s recently released second full-length album, “The Chaos Chapter: Freeze” with the title track “0X1=LOVESONG,” which was released two weeks prior.

The music video follows the story of five boys who are on a mission to save the last surviving humans in a futuristic world that has been dominated by machines. TXT attempts to save humankind by destroying the machines with codes that they can’t possibly interpret and understand - ‘emotions’.

It showcases stellar visuals that takes the viewers into the world of sci-fi, which was hatched with TXT’s own interpretation that “human emotions are real magic, rather than a magical future,” according to BigHit’s (TXT’s label) press release.

The music video’s finale signifies the group’s victory in their mission as seen with the cheerful and bright scene that can be alluded to as a festival.

On June 10, TXT made its first appearance on an American morning television program, “Good Morning America,” revealing its first stage performance for ‘Magic’.

On their mission to dominate the western scene, members of TXT are also set to perform ‘Magic’ on another well-known American show, ‘'The Late Late Show with James Corden' on June 15.

Topics: K-Pop , TXT , Tomorrow X Together , Magic
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