TXT Returns With Fourth Mini-Album, “minisode 2: Thursday’s Child” + Drops Official MV For “Good Boy Gone Bad”


TOMORROW X TOGETHER, better known as TXT, have made their return with new music after nine months! SOOBIN, YEONJUN, BEOMGYU, TAEHYUN, and HUENING KAI released “minisode 2: Thursday’s Child” on May 9th along with an accompanying visual for their lead single, “Good Boy Gone Bad.” The song, described by the members as a hip hop track with rock elements, is about the darker emotions a boy feels after a breakup, more specifically, a breakup that occurs in the midst of a transition between being a boy and becoming a man. The official music video perfectly showcases these feelings through the members’ impeccable acting skills where they showed off various emotions, from raging anger to uncontrollable tears, the growth and maturity TXT has gained thus far since their debut a few years ago, is palpable through their music and performances.

The group’s growth as artists was further cemented through their answers at the global media showcase for “minisode 2: Thursday’s Child,” which we were able to attend. In regards to the interesting title for their mini-album, TAEHYUN shared that it comes from a nursery rhyme, “Monday’s Child,” and can be interpreted in many different ways, including the fact that TXT has “a long way to go” in the industry. Aside from the title track, “Good Boy Gone Bad,” which is dubbed as a “Gen Z breakup song,” “minisode 2: Thursday’s Child,” also includes tracks: “Opening Sequence,” “Trust Fund Baby,” “Lonely Boy,” and “Thursday’s Child Has Far To Go.” The group has outdone themselves once again by earning a new title of “Million-Sellers,” this name backing up how TXT reached more than 1.5 pre-orders for the mini-album, marking it their first since debut. For a full thread of the global media showcase, check out our live tweets here. Be sure to watch the music video for “Good Boy Gone Bad” down below and stream “minisode 2: Thursday’s Child” now on all music streaming platforms!

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