TOMORROW X TOGETHER debuted in 2019 and they’re already racking up an impressive discography! Here’s a complete guide to all of TXT’s songs.
Updated (February 14, 2021): The information for “Way Home” Official MV (Eye Contact version) was added!
After training for several years under Big Hit entertainment, TXT was finally unveiled in 2019. They hit the scene with their debut album and quickly showed that they were ready to take on all the critics that thought they would crumble under the expectations.
TXT, also known as TOMORROW X TOGETHER, is comprised of five members ranging from the ages of 20 to just 17 years-old. They are led by Soobin, who is joined by his other members Yeonjun, Beomgyu, Taehyun, Huening Kai. All of the members can sing, rap, and dance.
They’ve also received writing credits on a few songs, including their most recent album, and have been learning more about music production as well to produce their own tracks.
To learn more about TOMORROW X TOGETHER here are all of TXT’s songs:
TXT all songs and albums in order
● The Dream Chapter: Star
● “Cat & Dog” (English Version)
● “Our Summer” (Acoustic Mix)
● The Dream Chapter: Magic
● Magic Hour (Japanese Album)
● The Dream Chapter: Eternity
● Drama (Japanese Album)
● minisode 1: Blue Hour
● Still Dreaming(Japanese Album)
Read more about all TXT songs and albums below:
‘The Dream Chapter: Star’
Release date: March 4, 2019
The Dream Chapter: Star tracklist:
1. Blue Orangeade
3. Our Summer
4. Cat & Dog
5. Nap of a star
“CROWN” was TXT’s first single, which showed off their multi-talented members right from the start. While also starting to lay down the clues for the TXT universe (+U) created by Big Hit.
The lyrics to the song tell the story of a boy ho grows horns on his head and began to think that he’s a monster. Running away, he feels lonely until he meets another boy who has wings and finally begins to feel better.
While the album as a whole is about the, “happiness and excitement of meeting that special someone.”
“Cat & Dog” became TXT’s second single, a catchy song about young infatuation. The song features layers of marimba melodies, trap beats, and mumble rap, making it stand out from the other songs on the album.
‘Cat & Dog’ (English Version)
Release date: May 3, 2019
After “Cat & Dog” became one of the most popular songs on TXT’s debut album, they released an English version of the song. As well as a music video for the English version which was released a few days prior to the group’s first showcase tour in the U.S.!
‘Our Summer’ (Acoustic Mix)
Release date: May 31, 2019
“Our Summer (Acoustic Mix)” was first revealed at the group’s showcase tour in 2019, which had TXT visiting six cities in the U.S. They then released the mix for all fans to enjoy as a summer present. The original version of the song appears on The Dream Chapter: Star.
‘The Dream Chapter: Magic’
Release date: October 21, 2019
The Dream Chapter: Magic tracklist:
1. New Rules
2. 9 and Three Quarters (Run Away)
3. Roller Coaster
4. Poppin’ Star
5. Can’t We Just Leave The Monster Alive?
6. Magic Island
8. Angel Or Devil
“9 and Three Quarters (Run Away)” was the lead single off the group’s second album The Dream Chapter: Magic. The song pulled inspiration from the ever-popular Harry Potter series while the music video expanded on the TXT universe (+U).
The music video for “Angel Or Devil” features a more toned down theme that focuses on the choreography. With much of the focus on TXT dancing in a white room, filmed in black in white. Their choreography for “Angel Or Devil” also features a move made famous by BTS in “Boy in Luv.”
Release date: January 15, 2020
Magic Hour tracklist:
1. 9 and Three Quarters (Run Away) (Japanese Version)
2. CROWN (Japanese Version)
3. Angel Or Devil (Japanese Version)
To celebrate their first Japanese album Magic Hour, TXT released a music video for the “9 and Three Quarters (Run Away)” Japanese Version.
‘The Dream Chapter: Eternity
Release date: May 18, 2020
The Dream Chapter: Eternity tracklist:
2. Can’t You See Me?
3. Fairy of Shampoo
4. Maze in the Mirror
“Can’t You See Me?” was the lead single from TXT’s third album The Dream Chapter: Eternity. The track is described as “a trendy pop track about the end of magical moments shared with friends, a reality described as an ‘incinerated night’ that triggers turbulent and confused emotions from the group of boys.”
Release date: August 19, 2020
1. Drama (Japanese Version)
2. Everlasting Shine
3. Can ‘t You See Me? (The night when the world has burned, we are…) (Japanese Version)
TXT released a music video for the Japanese version of “Drama” to celebrate the release of their Japanese album Drama.
‘minisode 1: Blue Hour’
Release date: October 26, 2020
minisode 1: Blue Hour tracklist:
2. Blue Hour
3. We Lost The Summer
5. Way Home
TXT released a timely album with minisode 1: Blue Hour which tackled the different emotions people their age struggled with during the COVID-19 pandemic. The album featured two songs that the members themselves contributed to, “Ghosting which featured lyrics written by Soobin and Taehyung, as well as “Wishlist” which featured lyrics by Yeonjun, Taehyun, and Huening Kai.
“Blue Hour” became the lead single of the album, with a fun disco theme. While the lyrics of the song tell the story of wanting to stay inside ones imagination, which seems much more magical than reality.
A few months after the release of minisode 1: Blue Hour, the boys released a special music video of “Way Home.” The eye contact version of the music video was an adorable gift for fans just in time for Valentines Day.
Release date: January 20, 2021
Still Dreaming tracklist:
1. Intro: DREAMING
3. Blue Hour (Japanese version)
4. Run Away (Japanese version)
5. CROWN (Japanese version)
6. Angel Or Devil (Japanese version)
7. Drama (Japanese version)
8. Everlasting Shine
9. Can’t You See Me? (Japanese version)
10. Outro: STILL
Still Dreaming will become TXT’s first full-length album in Japanese. The album will have ten tracks, including a brand new Japanese original track “Force” which is featured as the opening theme for the animated series World Trigger. The title of the album Still Dreaming is to impart the message that the members still have the same dream since their debut.
As part of the promotions for Still Dreaming, TXT released a music video for “Blue Hour” (Japanese version)!