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Tomorrow X Together teams with Iann Dior to release new single ‘Valley of Lies’

  • K-pop boy group Tomorrow X Together and American rapper and singer Iann Dior shared their new single “Valley of Lies” on Friday.

  • “Valley of Lies” is the group’s latest project after the group’s May EP “Minisode 2: Thursday’s Child” and music video “Good Boy Gone Bad.”

  • The BTS sibling quintet made an appearance on “Good Morning America” earlier this week to promote their new EP.

  • The North American portion of their world tour wraps in Los Angeles tomorrow, but the group will be back stateside for Lollapalooza in Chicago alongside their Big Hit brother J-Hope.

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Bighit Music boy group Tomorrow X Together released their new single “Valley of Lies” with American rapper and singer Iann Dior on Friday.

The single is the newest follow-up to the quintet’s May EP “Minisode 2: Thursday’s Child,” led by the title track “Good Boy Gone Bad.”

They recently performed “Good Boy Gone Bad” on “Good Morning America” earlier this week, where they also teased the “Valley of Lies” collaboration, saying it “speaks about a lonesome journey that one takes towards the end of a relationship, along a trail of countless lies.”

The BTS sibling group has been on the U.S. leg of their world tour, which started in Chicago on July 7 and will conclude tomorrow in Los Angeles before moving back to Asia with stops in Japan, Indonesia, Philippines, Taiwan and Thailand. 

Tomorrow X Together is slated to return to Chicago next month to perform at Lollapalooza, where their labelmate J-Hope will perform as the first Korean headliner at the festival. 


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