K-Pop idol group TXT has been selected as Hero Of The Year by British music magazine NME. Previously, NME held a poll for the BandLab NME Awards 2022 with TXT winning Hero Of The Year and Jacob Rees-Mogg winning Villian Of The Year.
Fans voted in their hundreds of thousands across both categories, with K-pop sensation Tomorrow X Together receiving over 40 per cent of the total for Hero Of The Year. This follows on from the success of their acclaimed third album ‘The Chaos Chapter: Freeze’, their five-star live show, and their single ‘0X1=LOVESONG (I Know I Love You)’ (feat. Seori) coming in at Number 8 in NME’s 25 Best K-Pop songs of 2021, as compiled by NME Asia.
Previously, member Beomgyu stated in an interview that they still have a long journey ahead of them and that they hope to share their experiences through music.
Our music is our story of growth and, honestly, we’re nowhere near done with growing. We have a long journey ahead, and through our music we’ll continue to represent the emotions we feel and the experiences we have as young people growing in this generation.