Twice unveiled the colorful music video for their new single “I Can’t Stop Me” on Monday (Oct. 26).
In the visual, the K-pop girl group find themselves seated at a long table opposite mirror images of themselves, before performing an impressively relentless dance routine throughout most of the video.
“I’m surrounded by that spot, spot, spotlight/ As it shines on me, I’m swept into the darkness/ I see the end, I know it’s not right/ I can’t stop me, can’t stop me/ Right in front of me, this red, red, red line/ Across from each other, you and I exchange glances/ Wanna feel this thrilling highlight/ I can’t stop me, can’t stop me,” the nine idols sing on the ’80s-inspired chorus as they dance through a pristine subway station, a rainbow-hued canyon and a giant extraterrestrial lotus flower in a variety of color-coordinated looks.
As the video closes, the girls stare fiercely into the camera while aboard a train, all while wearing high-fashion black-and-yellow outfits reminiscent of the iconic plaid separates worn by Alicia Silverstone’s Cher Horowitz in 1995’s Clueless.
“I Can’t Stop Me” serves as the lead single for the group’s second Korean-language studio set, Eyes Wide Open, which was simultaneously released on Monday via Republic Records/JYP Entertainment.
The new full-length album arrives just four months after Twice’s ninth Korean mini-album More & More, which bowed at No. 2 on Billboard’s World Albums chart back in June thanks to the tropical house vibes of its bouncing title track.
Watch Twice dance it out in “I Can’t Stop Me” below.