SEOUL, Feb. 20 (Yonhap) -- South Korean girl group TWICE released the music video for its lead song "Knock Knock" off the long-awaited album "TWICEcoaster:LANE2," the group's management agency said Monday.
The highly anticipated track incorporates bubblegum pop and weaves electronic and rock elements into its catchy chorus. The soundtrack is bright and energetic and it fuses well the music video, which features the members enjoying a great time at a slumber party and then rushing outside for a snowball fight.
According to JYP Entertainment, the 13-track album is a repackaged version of the group's hit third EP "TWICEcoaster:LANE1" with two new tracks, the lead song and the ballad "Ice Cream." The album will also include several remixes and instrumental versions of the group's previous hit singles.
After showcasing the new album on Mnet's music program "M Countdown" on Wednesday, the nine-member act will be actively engaged in promotional activities.
TWICE seeks to carry on its winning streak of online music streaming and album sales in the highly competitive music industry. TWICE has been riding a huge wave of popularity with its hit tracks "Like OOH-AHH," "Cheer Up" and "TT" all generating more than 100 million YouTube views. Moreover, the group's third album has sold over 350,000 copies, the most for a girl group in the K-pop music scene.
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