Tomorrow X Together's 'minisode 3: Tomorrow' sells 1.18 million copies on first day

Boy band Tomorrow X Together [BIGHIT MUSIC]

Boy band Tomorrow X Together sold 1.18 million copies of its sixth EP "minisode 3: Tomorrow" within a single day, its agency BigHit Music said Tuesday.

The band's latest album, released Monday, sold 1,187,103 copies just on the day of release and went straight to the top of the iTunes Top Album Chart in 23 regions around the world, according to the agency.

All seven tracks of the album landed on the Top 100 chart on local music streaming service Melon, as well as the band's debut track "Crown" (2019).

The music video for the lead track "Deja Vu" surpassed 10 million views on YouTube within 8 hours and 33 minutes of release, the shortest for the band.

The new album is the third of the "minisode" series that the band began in October 2020 with "minisode 1: Blue Hour," and also a throwback to the five years of unique stories and messages that the quintet has been telling through music ever since its debut.

The quintet will kick off its third world tour, “Act: Promise,” with three concerts at the KSPO Dome from May 3 to 5. The U.S. leg of the tour will continue with a concert in Tacoma, Washington, on May 14, followed by shows in Oakland, Los Angeles, Houston, Atlanta, New York, Rosemont and Washington, D.C. for a total of 11 concerts in eight cities.

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