NCT 127 made their first Stateside national televised appearance tonight (Oct. 8) on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where the group performed their new single “Regular” for the first time.
The K-pop boy band put on a rousing rendition of the English-version of “Regular,” which was premiered earlier today by Zane Lowe on Beats1. It’s the lead single from the act’s upcoming Regular-Irregular album, which will also feature a Korean version of the song. The LP is set to be released on Friday (Oct. 12).
The 10-member group, which is the Seoul-oriented unit of SM Entertainment’s NCT boy band entity, also performed “Cherry Bomb,” which they released last year.
The Jimmy Kimmel performance marks the first time NCT 127 appears on U.S. national television, which the band celebrated on social media today.
The appearance was filmed at sold-out mini-concert in Los Angeles, and is the kickoff performance for their participation Apple Music’s Up Next artist spotlight series.
The Jimmy Kimmel Live! performance is the start of several upcoming Stateside appearances from the group, who are also set to appear on ABC’s upcoming special celebrating Mickey Mouse’s 90th anniversary on Nov. 4. They are also reportedly planning to walk the red carpet at the AMAs tomorrow night.
NCT 127 released the music video for the English version of “Regular” earlier today. Watch it here: