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K-pop group TWICE releases first full English song ‘The Feels’ 

TWICE also announced the upcoming release of their third full album.

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Gary Ann Lastrilla

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10/01/2021 07:39 PM
K-pop group TWICE releases first full English song ‘The Feels’ 
Screenshot from JYP Entertainment YouTube Channel

Great news for ONCE, the fandom name of TWICE, as the South Korean pop girl group recently released their very first full English single titled “The Feels.” 

Following two teaser uploads earlier this week, the K-pop super group’s management JYP Entertainment has finally posted the song's official music video on their YouTube channel on Friday, October 1. 


Upbeat and catchy with colorful visuals, “The Feels” instantly became a trending topic on Twitter, while the music video entered YouTube's top trending list. 

Also included in the MV is an announcement of TWICE's comeback schedule. According to the poster, the group's sixth anniversary week will be celebrated this October 2021, while their third full album is to be expected in November. Likewise, a fourth tour is also forthcoming.  

Aside from YouTube, fans can also listen to “The Feels” through Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes Store, and Amazon Music.  

But while “The Feels” is TWICE’s first official all-English language song, the group has already released English versions of their previous singles “I Can’t Stop Me” and “More & More”. Both songs came out last year, with “I Can’t Stop Me” being part of their second full album called Eyes Wide Open. “More & More”, on the other hand, is part of their ninth extended play of the same name.  

Just last June, TWICE released their song “Alcohol-Free” as part of their 10th mini album titled Taste of Love. They also performed the song on the American talk show The Ellen Show.  

Composed of Jihyo, Nayeon, Sana, Tzuyu, Momo, Mina, Dahyun, Jeongyeon, and Chaeyoung, TWICE is the hit maker behind the chart-topping songs like “What is Love?”, “TT”, “FANCY”, “YES or YES”, and “LIKEY”, just to name a few.