TWICE has released their highly anticipated third studio album, ‘Formula Of Love: O + T =
The 14-track record, which has moved to over 700,000 copies in pre-orders alone, according to JYP Entertainment, has been dropped alongside a music video for its lead single “Scientist.” The clip follows the girl group at work in the “TWICE Love Lab”.
âThe song says love isn’t something you can calculate, study and try to find an answer to, but it’s something you should follow with your heart,â Nayeon said, by Yonhap News Agency. “I hope you will have some strength and energy while listening to our music.”
The album also contains âunitaryâ tracks from TWICE, each sung by three band members. Jihyo, Sana and Dahyun take on the upbeat and cheeky “Push & Pull”, while the voices of Nayeon, Momo and Chaeyoung take center stage on the relaxed “Hello”. In addition, Jeongyeon, Mina and Tzuyu team up on the Latin pop-inspired dance track “1, 3, 2”.
The digital edition of ‘Formula Of Love: O + T =
Meanwhile, TWICE’s Momo recently released a cover of Lee Bo-ram’s âThe First Time In The First Place,â to mark his 25th birthday. The accompanying video for the song featured scenes of the Japanese-born K-pop idol recording the track in the studio, as well as birthday posters and commercials posted around Seoul.
TIWCE also previously revealed that they wanted to make an album entirely in English, but noted that it would depend on the performance of “The Feels”. Sana said in an interview with Forbes that the probability of an album in English “will depend on how our single [âThe Feelsâ] is achieved and what kind of response we will get around the world â.