Tomorrow X Collectively have teased an upcoming collaboration with Manchester Metropolis FC, hinting that they may be part of forces on their current single ‘Do It Like That’.
The English soccer group first teased the potential collaboration on its official Instagram web page final night time (August 9), sharing a short clip of the members of the Okay-pop group assembly the group’s midfielder Kevin De Bruyne.
“Man City x TXT collab with ‘Do It Like That,’ coming soon on Roblox!” the caption learn, and the footage confirmed De Bruyne assembly the five-piece and briefly discussing the band’s roots. The footballer indicators a jersey for the members and proclaims “I can’t dance”, earlier than asking how lengthy they’ve been collectively.
He was additionally stunned to listen to that the members had been collectively for seven years – together with their trainee days – responding “Already?’ and later telling them to “keep doing what you’re doing. You’re amazing.” Take a look at the clip under.
In a follow-up submit, the UK Premier League champion group as soon as once more teased the cross-over for the observe, sharing a picture of De Bruyne and the group with the signed shirt. “[Tomorrow X Together] met Kevin De Bruyne as part of Man City x TXT collab with ‘Do It Like That’,” the caption learn, additionally reaffirming that the brand new venture will likely be “coming soon on Roblox”.
Though it isn’t but clear how the 2 are set to collaborate, it wouldn’t be the primary time that the group have teamed up with some well-known faces for his or her newest single.
Arriving in July, the brand new track noticed the Okay-pop stars group up with Jonas Brothers – and each star in a music video that exhibits the brothers performing the funky pop track on an all-white soundstage. Nick and Kevin play guitars, whereas Joe leads on vocals.
“When I was young, I watched Camp Rock and I saw the Jonas Brothers,” member Hueningkai mentioned of his love for the trio. “I thought, ‘Oh, I want to be like them’. So they are my role model, and I was happy to collaborate with them. It was a dream come true.” Discover the music video under.
The information of the potential collaboration with Manchester Metropolis FC arrives simply after Tomorrow X Collectively returned for a piece look at Chicago pageant, Lollapalooza.
Final 12 months, the band turned the primary Korean act to ever carry out on the Chicago pageant and, this time round, they made their mark as the primary Korean group to headline. The efficiency obtained a five-star assessment from NME, who described it as “TXT’s time to shine”.
“The idea of youth is ever-present throughout the setlist, the collection of songs shared tonight encapsulating all sides of it. It represents flirtations with temptation via an intoxicating ‘Devil By The Window’ and the world-ending feeling of a first break-up in ‘Good Boy Gone Bad’, which comes with a new and extended, jaw-dropping dance break,” it learn. “As Beomgyu does his now-traditional lighting of a rose and tossing it nonchalantly over his shoulder, huge flames burst up in front of the stage and the group launch into yet more intricate choreography.”
Within the band’s current Disney+ documentary Our Final Summer season, rapper Yeonjun expressed that he wasn’t “sure if we should be” on the line-up. “Did we deserve to be there?” he mentioned. “We were worried that we might ruin the vibe.”
Nevertheless, talking backstage with NME, the band defined the supply of their concern, and confirmed that they’re extra assured this time round.
“Actually, I think I was very nervous because it was my first time going on such a huge stage and I thought that I was lacking and maybe that’s why I thought I didn’t deserve to be on such a huge stage,” Yeonjun mentioned. “But I think I’ve grown a lot and I’m trying really hard to become an artist that can fit that stage.”