|Single by NSYNC|
|from the album 'N Sync|
|Released||October 31, 1997|
|NSYNC singles chronology|
"Together Again" is a song recorded by American boy band NSYNC for their self-titled debut album (1997). It was released as the fifth single from the album on October 31, 1997, by Trans Continental Records and BMG Ariola. The song was written by Andy Reynolds and Tee Green and produced by Gary Carolla.
The music video for "Together Again" premiered in September 1997.[ citation needed ] The video features the band performing in a Christmas playroom, reminiscing about their own childhoods. The video shows pictures of the boys when they were younger, and changes the theme of the song to relate to the break-up between their selves and their parents. The video also shows the boys celebrating Christmas together.
|Germany (Official German Charts)||27|
|Germany||October 31, 1997||CD single|
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