[MHN Jung Halim reporter] Tomorrow x Together has dropped onto the Billboard 200 at 26th place.
According to the official Billboard Twitter on November 16th, Tomorrow x Together had their 3rd EP 'minisode1 : Blue Hour', released on October 26th, debut on the Billboard 200 chart at No.26.
The EP also placed first on the recent Billboard 'Top Album Sales' chart as well.
The new EP surpassed their previous record on the Billboard chart, with their debut album back in March 2019 at 140th, by over 100 places.
This is especially a record to look out for considering they have only been active for two years. Tomorrow x Together have been some of the fastest growing groups in K-Pop.
Agency Big Hit Entertainment stated that 'minisode1 :Blue Hour' sold 300 thousand copies in its first week, and were the 14th most selling group this year based on first week of sales. They also stated that they were the highest performing group amongst all that debuted in 2019.
'minisode1 : Blue Hour' also claimed the top of the Japanese Orion daily and weekly album charts.
Tomorrow x Together have gotten attention for being the follow up to BTS, as they share the same agency, with them drawing the process of maturity for youth with a clear and unique voice.
'minisode1 : Blue Hour' was released after their 'Dream Chapter' trilogy wrapped up, before they enbark on another project. Its lead single 'You and I found each other in the sky at 5:53' has the group reinvent the disco genre through their own style.
Their latest music video for the track 'We Lost the Summer' released on November 13th deals with the 'corona blues' that people in their teens are facing at this moment.