On November 12th, globally acclaimed girl group TWICE released the music video to their newest title track, ‘SCIENTIST’. This drops simultaneously with their 3rd full album, ‘Formula of Love: O+T=<3’. With 17 tracks, it is the longest full album the JYP Entertainment act has yet to release. Tracks include 3 sub-unit tracks within the members themselves as well as a digital exclusive remix of the title track by R3hab. There is also a CD exclusive Korean version of their 1st English single, ‘The Feels’ which dropped earlier in October. In the music video for the Billboard charting tune teased November album, exciting and astonishing fans. Album arrived, the girls are ready to resume promotions just a month after their English track work.
‘Scientist’ tackles the question of love, concluding you can’t scientifically create love. The chorus hook noticeably does not have the instant catchability like the group’s earlier efforts, however it does pack more sung English to appeal to global audiences. Furthermore, it focuses on the vocalists’ lower vocal timbres to give the track a more grounded feel. Usually belting to the seas, this change to a staccato style of singing with the straight tone allows the members and its instrumental to introduce a new genre of dance music to their singles discography.
Check out the music video down below!
TWICE ‘SCIENTIST’ MV:
Watching the music video, we see the girls attempt to scientifically dissect love. From looking at test tubes, to going Frankenstein, their lab suddenly experiences a system failure. The egg in the centre of the facility abruptly breaks as we transition to the members dancing above the clouds. As if figuring out all you need is happiness, the MV concludes with a cute choreography ending pose. Ending on a theatre stage, the members sitting in the audience enthusiastically applaud their efforts.
TWICE‘s 3rd full album, ‘Formula of Love: O+T=<3’, featuring the title track, ‘SCIENTIST’ is available now!
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Written by Derek