TXT‘s Soobin opened up about a variety of topics in an interview with Weverse Magazine. In one of them, he discussed his worries while preparing for the group’s newest comeback, “Good Boy Gone Bad.”
Soobin admitted that he thought the unhealthy boy idea they did this time round didn’t match him effectively. In truth, he felt “doomed” about his doable failure in deciphering it.
When I first heard ‘Good Boy Gone Bad,’ I stated, ‘Wow, I’m doomed.’ (laughs)
TXT’s newest release is darker than ever earlier than. The members matched the tone of the breakup tune with their heavy make-up and piercing expressions.
This anxious Soobin since followers and folks near him have said that his face seems too harmless, as if he can do no evil.
This is awkward to say myself however I’ve a fairly kind-looking face and I’ve by no means yelled at anybody in my life. I believed it was going to be an enormous concern.
The TXT chief labored doubly exhausting to flee from his consolation zone. He left behind the expressions he was used to doing in songs like “CROWN” and “Blue Hour” to suit the “Good Boy Gone Bad” idea completely.
As for the facial expressions, they have been the alternative of what I’m assured doing—for instance, vivid, smiley expressions, so it made me really feel much less assured and my shallowness dropped. But I modified my thoughts by considering that, if I might pull off such a punishingly tough idea, then I’d have the flexibility to tug off something after that. I figured it might result in both a droop or to a turning level, so I made a decision to make use of the album as an opportunity to vary myself.
Check out TXT’s newest comeback under to see how Soobin did!