SEOUL, Nov. 25 (Yonhap) — K-pop girl group ITZY said Friday that their next EP, ‘Cheshire,’ put a new twist on their consistent message of living an independent and carefree life.
At the album promotion press event held in Seoul, member Chaeryeong said, “We worked hard on this album during our world tour. Through this album, we hope to show our own independent and confident charm. I think I can show you.”
Since its debut in 2019, “Dalla Dalla”, “Icy”, “Wannabe”, “Not Shy”, “Morning Mafia” and “Loco”.
Most recently, the group released their fifth EP, Checkmate, which reached #8 on the Billboard 200 Songs chart upon its release in July. The EP became the band’s first million-seller, based on data from the country’s benchmark Circle Chart.
On “Cheshire,” the title track of their sixth EP out Wednesdays at 6pm, the band sings that you should follow your heart, not your heart, because there are no right answers to the many questions and choices you face in life. . .
“We have stuck to the message that you have to believe in yourself and go out and try it. I got
According to the band, the album and main track are named after the Cheshire Cat, a fictional cat made popular in Lewis Carroll’s classic fairy tale “Alice in Wonderland” and known for its distinctive mischievous smile. was named in
The group used the cats’ enigmatic and mischievous smiles to create the song’s dreamy atmosphere and unique choreography.
Yuna said she was greatly influenced by the group’s songs about independent and confident girls.
“Trying to do music in a more honest way made me believe in myself and my bandmates.
In addition to the title track, the new EP includes three songs, “Snowy,” “Freaky,” and “Boys Like You,” English singles announced on October 21, ahead of the album’s release.
ITZY has just returned from America, where they had their first world tour since their debut. After performing in the United States, the group plans to tour five Asian countries in the first half of next year: Singapore, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, and the Philippines.
“We went there to spread good energy, but we received much better energy from our American fans,” Yeji said.
The group will perform the first live performance of “Cheshire” at the 2022 MAMA Awards, which will be held at Kyocera Dome Osaka from November 29th to 30th.
https://en.yna.co.kr/view/AEN20221125007400315?input=rss§ion=news ITZY inspired by her songs about living an independent and confident life