Around 1,000 fans flocked to the Woori Art Hall at Seoul Olympic Park on Tuesday night to get the first taste of TaeTiSeo's latest EP at the group's live showcase.
The trio, a sub-unit of girl group Girls' Generation, released the group's second EP, "Holler," on Tuesday ― the act's first record in more than two years.
"It's been a long time, hasn't it?" Tiffany asked the flood of young fans who filled the hall up to the third floor balcony. "I'm sorry it took so long."
The ladies kicked off the showcase by performing three tracks from the group's debut record, "Twinkle," before finally unveiling TaeTiSeo's newest singles.
They performed five of the album's six tracks, including "Whisper," which was released Monday and snatched the No. 1 spot on eight online music charts, as well as crowd-pleaser "Adrenaline."
The song's up-tempo and highly energetic swing-pop sound and choreography literally had members of the audience gasping, as the single is a far stretch from the less performance heavy, ballad of the previously performed "Baby Steps" and "It was the First Time."
"This time around we really wanted to show off the different colors of TaeTiSeo and the diversity that we are capable of," said Taeyeon.
The trio concluded that showcase performing the new EP's eponymous lead track "Holler," an upbeat, dance pop song.
"I think 'Holler' is a lot different than our old lead single 'Twinkle' mainly because I really think it shows off our more confident side and attitude," Seohyun said. "If you listen, you will just be able to tell the different feel between the two songs."