Dreamcatcher Tops The US iTunes Top Album Chart With “Apocalypse: Save Us”
Dreamcatcher soars on the US iTunes Top Album chart with their second full-length album, Apocalypse: Save us.
Dreamcatcher proves their growing global popularity as the group tops the US iTunes Top Album chart following their comeback with, Apocalypse: Save us. They are the first Korean girl group of those active this year to claim the achievement and the fifth K-Pop girl group in history. The historic achievement illustrates their soaring overseas success.
Moreover, as of April 13, Dreamcatcher’s second full-length album placed among the top 20 of the Top Album charts in countries such as Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Hong Kong, and more. Additionally, the group claimed the top spot on iTunes’ K-Pop Album chart in eight regions.
Their title track, “MAISON”, also performed impressively by topping iTunes’ Top Song chart and ranking among the top ten in seven regions. It also topped iTunes’ K-Pop Song chart in four regions including the United States, Britain, Australia, and New Zealand.
Their newest release also captivated domestic listeners, topping Bugs Music’s real-time charts.
With their latest album, Dreamcatcher launches the start of their newest trilogy, Apocalypse. During this trilogy, they will continue exploring their expansive conceptual world. Furthermore, they will express their message of dreaming to move forward in a better direction within a chaotic world.
Their title track, “MAISON” tackles real-world challenges and discusses environmental issues. The song directly appeals to listeners that they are not unaffected by actions that can ruin the environment. Its accompanying music video displays this problem in an apocalyptic setting, highlighting various states of environmental destruction.
With their rising success, many fans anticipate that the group will continue making a statement in the global music scene. Dreamcatcher will now embark on their comeback promotions with their title track, “MAISON”.
Source: TV Report
Image and Video Source: Dreamcatcher Company
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