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TaeTiSeo unveils EP “Holler,” showcase to followBy 옥현주
Published : Sept. 16, 2014 - 18:10
The group -- consisting of Taeyeon, Tiffany and Seohyun -- dropped the long-awaited album online at noon earlier in the day, more than two years after the release of its debut EP “Twinkle.” The CD will be available in stores two days later.
The album is comprised of six tracks, including the title song “Holler” which has a funky dance groove that mixes well with the girls’ vocals. The tune carries a hopeful message that people should break away from routine, reflect upon themselves and pursue their dreams.
The trio will hold a showcase at Seoul Olympic Park’s Woori Financial Art Hall on Tuesday and appear on TV music programs to promote their new album on Thursday.
Debuted in 2012 as a sub-unit of Girls’ Generation, the girls made a splash in K-pop scene with debut track “Twinkle,” topping three major TV music shows and music streaming charts.
By Ock Hyun-ju (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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