Eagle-Eyed MOAs Think They’ve Figured Out TXT’s “Thursday’s Child” Tracklist

The text is repeated too much for it to not be meaningful…

TXT has been officially confirmed to make a comeback on May 9th with their new album Thursday’s Child.

And although according to the Promotion Scheduler released by BIGHIT MUSIC‘s official Twitter account, the tracklist for Thursday’s Child will be released on May 1st…


Fans believe they may have already deduced the tracklist simply from the first set of concept photos.


TXT’s Soobin | @BIGHIT_MUSIC/Twitter

The first series of photos, with the concept “MESS,” shows a new side of TXT.

TXT’s Yeonjun | @BIGHIT_MUSIC/Twitter

TXT’s Beomgyu | @BIGHIT_MUSIC/Twitter

And, understandably, with the intriguing concept photos, fans are already theorizing about what they can expect from Thursday’s Child.

TXT’s Taehyun | @BIGHIT_MUSIC/Twitter

TXT’s Huening Kai | @BIGHIT_MUSIC/Twitter

While some fans are focused on how Thursday’s Child is going to connect with TXT’s lore…

A majority of fans are focused on deciphering the text on stickers in some of the members’ concept photos. And although there are many possible title names for songs, fans noticed that the words “Good Boy Gone Bad” repeats multiple times, leading fans to believe that it may be the title track’s name.

And indeed, with the “MESS” concept photos, the notion that TXT has “gone bad” for this comeback is pretty believable.

And, fans are convinced that even if it isn’t the name of one of TXT’s new songs, “Good Boy Gone Bad” at least has to represent the concept of this new era.

Although they are pretty confident that “Good Boy Gone Bad” is too perfect a name for it not to be the title track.

Fans also believe that Thursday’s Child might include the songs “Kiss Me” or “Kill Me,” “Broken Heart,” and “Tear.”

You can read more about Thursday’s Child here.

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