K-Pop band Twice have announced their next full-length studio album, Formula Of Love, is available to pre-order online and fans are going crazy. Here’s how to get your hands on their new music plus more release information and upcoming events for the girl group.
When to pre-order new Twice album
Twice, the South Korea-based girl group composed of nine members, recently announced they will release their new album.
Their third studio album, Formula Of Love: O+T=<3, has now been made available to pre-order on Monday, 11 October 2021 at 10am EST and Tuesday, 12 October at 11am KST.
The new music will officially hit streaming services on 12 November 2021.
US retail corporation Target has also made the album available to pre-order online.
Formula Of Love is also available from Korean store Hot Tracks.
Formula Of Love teased in music video
The first original English single by Twice – The Feels – was released on 1 October, accompanied by an almost four-minute music video featuring crazy dance routines.
A zoomed-out shot at the end of the video reveals a breaking news poster pinned to a wall.
Listed on the poster are three upcoming events for the group, the first coming in their sixth-anniversary week in October 2021.
A third full album is then teased on the sign, which we now know as Formula Of Love.
Lastly disclosed on the banner is a fourth upcoming tour, finalised with the exciting statement:
“More to come, stay tuned!”
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More release info
As hinted at by the title, Formula Of Love: O+T=<3 gives a nod to chemistry.
Following the album’s announcement, @twicetagram took to their Instagram page with multiple uploaded photos showing the group posing in a science lab.
The band members are surrounded by laboratory apparatus such as test tubes, beakers and goggles while they wearing formal outfits such as blazer dresses and suits.
While they are photographed in front of a whiteboard, the written formulas in the background outline “scientific formulas” for love.
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