P1Harmony's 'Killin' It' tops iTunes K-pop album charts day after release
Boy band P1Harmony’s first full-length album “Killin’ It” topped iTunes K-pop album charts in five regions around the world a day after its Monday release.
The album topped iTunes K-pop album charts in the United States, Britain and Indonesia as well as the pop album chart in Australia, according to the band’s agency FNC Entertainment.
"Killin' It" is the band's first full-length album since its debut and the first release in almost eight months after its EP "Harmony: All In" dropped in June 2023.
The album's main theme "We are the real hero" paints its members as secret heroes uniting to create a harmonious world, according to the band members and FNC Entertainment. All six members of the band participated in its production, working on lyrics, design and outfits.
P1Harmony debuted in October 2020 with the EP “Disharmony: Stand Out” after introducing themselves with the film “P1H: The Beginning of a New World” in August the same year. The band consists of six members: Keeho, Theo, Jiung, Intak, Soul, and Jongseob.
The band’s digital single “Fall in Love Again,” released in November, has remained on U.S. radio chart Mediabase’s Top 40 list for nine weeks following its entry in December as the fourth K-pop boy band to do so. It has also been on Billboard’s Pop Airplay for eight weeks.
P1Harmony recently finished its world tour “P1ustage H : P1oneer” with its European leg on Jan. 14 in Oberhausen, Germany. The band stopped at 39 cities worldwide, visiting countries like the United States, São Paulo, Australia and Singapore.
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