TAN to drop first full-length album after blasting song off to space


Boy band TAN will release “3TAN,” the band's first full-length album ever since its debut in 2022, at 6 p.m. on Thursday.

“3TAN” is a nine-song album including the electro pop lead track “Hyper Tonic,” followed by B-side tracks including “Adrenaline,” “Love in an Open Door” and “Dreamy Love.”

The lead track “Hyper Tonic” was composed by late music producer S.Tiger, who died at the age of 40 on Feb. 23. Member Jaejun also took part in composing and writing the lyrics of “Hyper Tonic,” as well as five other tracks in the album, according to the band's agency, Think Entertainment.

“TAN will show its funky, dreamy and emotional charms with this album,” the agency said in a news release.

TAN is a seven-member boy band that debuted on March 10, 2022. The members are Changsun, Jooan, Jaejun, Seo Sung-hyuk, Hyunyeop, Taehoon and Jiseong. The band's name is an acronym for “To All Nations.”

The band's 2022 hit track “Walking on the Moon” was blasted into space via memorial flight enterprise Celestis and its deep-space time capsule on Jan. 8.

TAN's song is the first K-pop music to be sent into the cosmos. It was sent along with the DNA, cremated remains and data of more than 200 individuals, including Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, according to Celestis.

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