The Boy Band ‘TXT’ to Perform on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert”

TXT will make an appearance on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert”

The popular K-pop boyband, Tomorrow X Together a.k.a TXT, will make an appearance on a U.S. late-night program. The group disclosed the news on their official Twitter account.

The big performance!

Tomorrow X Together took to the Twitter platform earlier on September 16 regarding their upcoming performance on a talk show. The post revealed that the quintet will perform on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert“. The group mentioned in the Tweet that “TOMORROW X TOGETHER will show you music on #LateShowMeMusic”. The #LateShowMeMusic is a brand new segment of “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” launched recently. In addition, this is their first time performing on this particular show.

TXT members
Credits: Bighit

TXT also revealed that the episode featuring them airs on September 18 at 04:00 AM (KST). But, this is only according to Korean Standard Time. The same episode airs on September 17 at 03:00 PM, according to Eastern Time (ET).

What will they perform?

Nonetheless, the tweet did not give any information about what songs the band will likely perform on the show. But, earlier this year the quintet performed on a CBS late-night program. The band attended “The Late Show With James Corden” in June this year. The major reason for their appearance on the show was to promote their English-language single ‘Magic’. The track is a part of their album “The Chaos Chapter: Freeze”, the album that TXT released earlier in May, which is their Latest released album at that time. Similarly, even now we might expect them to perform some of their latest releases.

Another coincidence is the fact that the group announced this soon after the release of their latest remix ‘0X1=LOVESONG (I Know I Love You)’. The boyband released the remix precisely last week. Further, the song also presents an American singer and lyric writer Mod Sun. Additionally, TXT recently released ‘The Chaos Chapter: Fight Or Escape’ a reconditioned version of “The Chaos Chapter: Freeze.”

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