One Dream! Hello, we are TOMORROW X TOGETHER!
On November 27, 2018, it was reported that Big Hit had plans to debut a five-member boy group at the beginning of 2019, being the first group to debut in six years, since BTS' debut in 2013. The group would be composed by members with an average age of 17 and was reportedly have a different concept of their seniors.
On January 9, 2019, the agency launched a website that features a countdown clock and the text “You & Me”. The interactive website also brings up the phrase, “You and I, different but together”. In the day after, the first member of the group was shared, Yeonjun, along with the name of the group: TXT, which stands for Tomorrow X Together and is pronounced in Korea as “Tomorrow by Together”. Three days later, Soobin, the second member, was revealed. Two days later, on January 15, the third member, Hueningkai, was revealed. On January 17, Taehyun, the fourth member, was revealed. On January 20, Beomgyu, the fifth and last member, was revealed.
2019: Debut, first comeback
On February 7, Big Hit announced the group would release their debut album titled The Dream Chapter: Star on March 4 with a television special titled TOMORROW X TOGETHER Debut Celebration Show Presented by Mnet to be aired that same day. TXT will then hold their debut showcase at YES 24 Live Hall on March 5. On February 18, the agency revealed the group's concept logo and member's first concept photos.
Following the release, their debut mini album topped the iTunes Top Albums chart in over 44 territories. The music video for "Crown" also accumulated 15.1 million views in the first 24 hours, ranking second place on the list of K-pop music videos with the highest number of views in their debut, second only to ITZY's "Dalla Dalla", which had 17.1 million.
On April 9, they revealed that they would be holding a showcase tour in the United States called Tomorrow x Together Showcase: Star in US. The group will be holding showcases in six different cities: New York, Chicago, Orlando, Atlanta, Dallas, and Los Angeles. The first one will be in New York on May 9 with the last showcase being on May 24 in Los Angeles.
On April 25, it was announced that the group's fan club would be called "YOUNG ONE." However, on May 6, Big Hit announced they would be revising the name due to similarities to Tiffany's fandom name "Young Ones." On August 22, it was announced that the group's new fan club name would be "MOA." The name is an acronym for "Moments of Alwaysness."
On August 8, Big Hit revealed the group would unable to participate in the "Lotte Duty Free Family Concert" on the 11th due to Soobin being diagnosed with infectious conjunctivitis and Yeonjun recovering from back pain. Their album, which was planned for an late August release was re-scheduled for late September. On August 20, it was revealed that Taehyun and Hueningkai had also contracted the infectious conjunctivitis, further delaying their music video filming and production, with the album now set for a late October release.
2020: Japanese debut, The Dream Chapter: Eternity, "Drama", & Minisode1 : Blue Hour
The group released their second mini album, The Dream Chapter: Eternity on May 18 with "Can't You See Me?" as the title track.
2021: Still Dreaming, The Chaos Chapter: Freeze, The Chaos Chapter: Fight or Escape, & Chaotic Wonderland
On January 20, TXT released their first Japanese studio album Still Dreaming.
On April 7, YTN Star reported that the group would be making their Korean comeback in May. Big Hit Music responded that they will reveal the comeback plans once they are finalized. On April 22, Big Hit Music confirmed the group would be making a comeback in late May. On the midnight of April 30, it was announced that the group would be making a comeback on May 31 with the album The Chaos Chapter: Freeze.
On July 15, SPO TV News reported that TXT is preparing to make a comeback in August. Big Hit Music responded that nothing has been decided yet. On July 19, a repackage album titled The Chaos Chapter: Fight or Escape was announced to be released on August 17.
2022: Minisode 2: Thursday's Child, Act : Love Sick, "Good Boy Gone Bad"
On April 6, 2022, Star News reported that TXT would be making a comeback in early May, and BigHit Music confirmed the reports in response. On April 14, a teaser video was posted which announced that they will be coming back on May 9 with Minisode 2: Thursday's Child.
On June 29, TXT announced their third Japanese single, "Good Boy Gone Bad", which will be released on August 31.
The members don't have exact official fixed positions, except the leader, it's the only official position that was announced by BigHit Music on January 14, 2019. They all can sing, dance and rap.
Other official releases
- Act:Boy (2021)
- TOMORROW X TOGETHER Showcase: Star in US (2019)
- Act : Love Sick (2022)
- 2022 TOMORROW X TOGETHER FANLIVE MOA X TOGETHER (2022)
- 2020 TXT FANLIVE DREAM X TOGETHER (2020)
- 2021 TXT FANLIVE SHINE X TOGETHER (2021)
On May 12, 2022, Manyo Factory revealed that they have selected TXT as their new Global Ambassador.
- It's Skin Cosmetics (2019–2021)
- Lotte Duty Free (2019–present)
- Skoolooks (2019–2020)
- GLIDiC (2021–present)
- SMART (2021–present)
- 4OIN (2021–present)
- Manyo Factory (2022)
Awards and nominations
- Main article: List of awards and nominations received by TXT
- Main article: TXT/Gallery