Rising Korean boy band, EPEX, continues to inspire fans by letting the latter know they’re not alone when it comes to dealing with heartbreaks. EPEX’s 5th EP album, “Prelude of Love Chapter 2: Growing Pains”, looks at this kind of love, but at a more mature level.
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In “Growing Pains” EPEX takes fans to different emotions only young adults feel regarding lost romantic loves, due to getting older. In the previous two albums, the boy band sings of a similar theme, but, on a more innocent level, with the investment of minor emotions. These latter albums are called “Bipolar Part 2: Prelude of Love” and “Prelude of Love Chapter 1: Puppy Love.”
EPEX may have gotten to see more things than they could have possibly realized when they were younger. Such a situation may be the reason why their maturity when it comes to tackling love issues has developed-and it reflects in their new music!
‘Prelude of Love Chapter 2: Growing Pains’ First Day of Sales Information
The said album has reportedly sold more than 54,000 copies on its first day of release, as per the information from the Hanteo chart. On that note, “Growing Pains” has become the boys’ best-selling album for first day of sales.
The first week sales of the said album totaled to 106,711 copies sold, making it the boys’ best-selling album for first week of sales, as well.
EPEX’s Own Version of a Dance Cover
EPEX recently covered their own dance version of NCT 127’s “Favorite (Vampire)”, NewJeans’ “Ditto”, Seventeen’s “World”, MAVE:’s “PANDORA”, Stray Kids’ “CASE 143”, and TXT’s “Sugar Rush Ride”.
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