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Eyes wide open is the 2nd full album by the South Korean girl group Twice. The full album was released on October 26, 2020.

Background, Production and Release

On September 30, 2020, JYPE confirms that Twice will be making a comeback on October 26, 2020. They reported that they have worked with Tiger Cave Studios for filming their music video; it is the first time that they worked together and the MV production is directed by Lee Gi Baek of who previously worked with many artists like Apink, EXID, GOT7, Suzy and more. The music video is expected to show a different charm and concept for this comeback.

The physical album come in 3 versions named "Story", "Style", and "Retro". The "Story" version expresses the view of the world that continues from 9th mini album; the "Style" version expresses the main style concept of the album; the "Retro" version constitutes photos of retro mood, and package.[1]


  1. I Can't Stop Me (Title) - 3:25
  2. Hell In Heaven - 2:59
  3. Up No More - 3:34
  4. Do What We Like - 2:59
  5. Bring It Back - 3:28
  6. Believer - 3:16
  7. Queen - 3:13
  8. Go Hard - 3:01
  9. Shot Clock - 3:29
  10. Handle It - 2:51
  11. Depend On You - 3:18
  12. Say Something - 4:07
  13. Behind The Mask - 3:38



Twice members have participated in the production in 6 out of 13 tracks of this album. They have participated only in the lyrics aspect of the tracks:

  • Up No More - Jihyo
  • Do What We Like - Sana
  • Bring It Back - Dahyun
  • Queen - Dahyun
  • Handle It - Chaeyoung
  • Depend On You - Nayeon

There are also other popular artists who have participated in writing some of Twice's tracks. Dua Lipa co-composed Behind The Mask, lyrics by Heize; and Park Jin Young wrote the lyrics for Twice's title track "I Can't Stop Me".

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  • As with Mina not attending promotions for Feel Special, Jeongyeon will not be attending TWICE's activities for this album due to mental and physical health. She will be focusing on her health & recovery upon her return.
  • "Say Something" was sang by the members during their 5th anniversary live stream on October 19, 2020, this was before the album was released.[2]