TXT say they’re inspired by the “reality and limits” their generation face

Tomorrow X Together shared how they draw inspiration from real-life experiences for their music.

Talking to J-14 . Magazine on their latest release, ‘minisode 2:5th’s Child’, the group talked about how early adulthood has influenced the stories they tell through their music.

“I think we’re at an age where we have to face reality and the limits of what we can do and achieve,” explained member Taehyun. “We’ve heard from friends around us that they feel the same way.”

“I think these feelings [can] felt by practically anyone growing up, so we incorporated these stories into the songs of our new mini-album,” he added.

Elsewhere in the interview, TXT also talked about the emotions that inspired the creative process behind their latest record. “I think everyone has to go through an important breakup in their life, whether it’s love, friendship, or just something precious,” said member Beomgyu.

“We rethought the emotions we had in those moments and that helped a lot in the creative process.”

TXT recently returned with a new mini-album ‘minisode 2: Saturday’s Child’. In addition to the title track “Good Boy Gone Bad”, their new record includes the songs “Opening Sequence”, “Trust Fund Baby”, “Lonely Boy” and “Saturday’s Child Has Far To Go”.

‘minisode 2: 5th’s Child’ comes out 9 months after the release of ‘The Chaos Chapter: Fight Or Escape’, a repackaged version of TXT’s second studio album ‘The Chaos Chapter: Freeze’, which was released for the first time. beginning in May 2021.

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Emma James

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