(PRESSREELS) TWICE hit the Oricon charts again with its new Japanese single “Fanfare.”
The new album “Fanfare,” released on July 8, is gaining popularity as it topped the Oricon daily singles chart on July 8. The new song reached 108,796 points on the Oricon chart as of July 7, followed by 22,475 points on July 8.
Prior to the release of the sixth single, TWICE pre-released the music video and music of the new song as part of its June 19 promotion. “Fanfare” topped the Japanese Line Music Top 100 weekly chart (2020.06.17-2020.06.23).
The new song features vibrant lyrics and lively melodies, allowing you to feel the bright and hopeful energy unique to TWICE. The music video featured various objects such as sparkling butterflies and colorful painting, creating a cheerful and positive atmosphere.
TWICE used a total of five SNS platforms from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. to celebrate the release of the new album on the 8th.
The cumulative number of viewers who watched TWICE through various channels for two and a half hours was estimated at 460,000 people, showing their popularity.
The hashtag “TWICE_つながろう” topped the real-time trend in Japan on Twitter after the show ended.
They were awarded platinum record certificates, which are awarded to works that have shipped more than 250,000 copies in each album released in Japan.