AceShowbiz - It's only been one month since TWICE made their comeback with "Likey", but they're already back with a new song. On December 11, the popular South Korean girl group premiered a music video for "Heart Shaker", marking their fifth music video of the year.
The heart-themed visuals finds the ninesome, who rock colorful sweaters and skirts, bringing their signature adorableness and quirk as they share loads of hugs among each other. The clip itself focuses on the group's dance moves as they sing about bravely confessing feelings for someone.
Composed by David Amber and Sean Alexander, "Heart Shaker" is the lead track off "Merry & Happy" album, which is a repackage album of the group's chart-topping album "Twicetagram". The track immediately becomes a big hit as it tops all major domestic music charts such as Melon, Mnet, Soribada and Naver.
Along with the lead track, TWICE unleashed the title track off the effort "Merry & Happy", which is written by JYP Entertainment founder Park Jin Young. The three-minute bubbly carol finds the nine girls rhyming about spending a romantic Christmas date with someone.
Celebrating the release of the repackage album, the nine-piece girl group, which was formed through survival show "Sixteen", held a special show for fans on Naver's V Live. During the show, the girls cheerfully talked about filming and recording the music video for "Heart Shaker".
"The set was like a supermarket, and I was happy because there were a lot of things to eat," member Tzuyu recalled. "I was hungry because we were filming at dawn, so I ate some of the snacks while we filmed." Nayeon, on the other hand, said that the notes in the lead track are very high, adding that it made them have to "record many times and had a hard time."