omorrow by Together dominates Japanese album charts with new release

Following their success in Korea, Tomorrow by Together swiftly ascended to the top of Japan's album chart upon the release of their latest album.


According to the most recent chart data from Japan's Oricon, as of April 1, TXT sold 7,897 copies of their album on the day of release, securing the coveted first place spot on the 'Daily Album Ranking'.

With their new album making waves in the local market, anticipation mounts over whether the group will surpass their own record for the most consecutive first-place albums by foreign artists on the Oricon Weekly Album Chart, currently standing at nine.


The title track of the new album, "Deja Vu", also made an impressive debut by securing the second spot on the 'Daily Digital Single Ranking'. Moreover, "Deja Vu" claimed the 138th position on Spotify's 'Daily Top Song Global' chart as of April 1, and entered the 'Daily Top Song' chart in 15 countries/regions, including Korea, Japan, and Thailand.


Based on the data from Hanteo Chart, 'minisode 3: TOMORROW' achieved remarkable success by selling a total of 1,187,103 copies on the day of its release, earning the prestigious title of 'million seller'. The album continues to maintain its top position on the chart as of April 2.