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12:21 is an upcoming all-girl pop band that arose in 2020. The band consists of three members (Liz, Tea, and Mariel) who bring their own intriguing and powerful sound. Through their captivating sound, 12:21 quickly gained the interest of Ve M. Entertainment and signed a record deal in 2020. Since their foundation, 12:21 showed their diverse talent set by covering songs including "Black Magic" by Little Mix, "Santa Tell Me'' by Ariana Grande, and "Work" by Rihanna. On November 26th, 2021, the group released their first and eagerly awaited single, "It's Christmas Time," to kick off the holiday season. Stay tuned for more from them soon!


 Why 12:21?


Formally known as 'Cherry Bomb,' the group revealed their new name as '12:21,' before launching their first single. When asked for the inspiration behind the change, the girls said, "Known as a 'mirror hour,' 12:21 is a reminder to be optimistic, show compassion, and tap into your creativity, which is a message we plan on sharing, throughout our music."

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