Twice is back for their latest English single ‘I Can’t Stop Me,’ and we absolutely can’t stop listening to it!
‘I Can’t Stop Me‘ is the second global English single Twice released this year after their previous single ‘More & More’ via Republic Records. The track is inspired by American 80s retro-pop sounds, including inspiring lyrics that incorporate themes of balancing the good, the bad, and personal longings. Our favorite lyric that best demonstrates these themes happens in a chorus that is simply stated, we can easily identify with “You pull me over to the red, red, red line (Red line) I can’t escape it, you’re my weakness, and you’re my vice In the shadows, you’re the only highlight (I can’t stop me, yeah) I can’t stop me, can’t stop me.”
Although ‘I Can’t Stop Me’ is already one of Twice’s title tracks, they said they wanted to show a new side of their music to their fandom Once.
“We wanted to show a different side of us to Once with the English version of ‘I Can’t Stop Me,’” said Twice, “We (Twice) are always growing as a group, and love to keep our relationship with Once close to us and around the world.”
Twice also performed this new version as their debut on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert as a part of his #PlayAtHome series! Watch it below!
Eyes Wide Open
Now, if you love Twice just as much as we do, you probably already heard their second album, Eyes Wide Open, that came out digitally on October 26. We have news, a holiday treat for all Once out there! Coming on December 4, you can get your hands on a physical copy of Eyes Wide Open! Pre-orders are available now, which includes the story, style, or retro versions!
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Featured Image Source: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert via YouTube