South Korean girl group TWICE is set to make a comeback with their 11th mini-album titled “Between 1&2” at the end of next month, on 26 Aug.
Their announcement for the new album drop, which will be available for pre-order on 26 Jul, came after news of their contract renewal with label JYP Entertainment broke on Tuesday (12 Jul).
Currently, only a pictorial teaser was released on the group’s official Twitter handle.
TWICE 11TH MINI ALBUM
2022.08.26 FRI 1PM KST/0AM EST
— TWICE (@JYPETWICE) July 12, 2022
The teaser depicts a light switch with a heart symbol on one side. A one-liner, “tell me what you want”, is also written on the poster.
Unlike previous teasers, this teaser does not offer fans a glimpse of the concept that they will be taking on.
However, something worthy to note is that most of the teaser is dusted in TWICE’s official colours – namely apricot and neon magenta.
They have been selected to distinctly represent TWICE on a visual front since their 2015 debut.
While they have mainly kept to the colour scheme in their Twicecoaster: Lane 1 (2016) album, it seems that the nine-piece band are tracing back to their origins, while bringing back their iconic colour tones.
This will be TWICE’s first comeback in 2022, following their third studio album Formula of Love: O+T=<3 (2021) which dropped last November.
Meanwhile, the group’s lead vocalist Nayeon has recently made her solo debut with a namesake album IM Nayeon (2022).
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