New Delhi: South Korean boyband BTS on Friday dropped their comeback album BE(Deluxe Edition) and it offers everything that we needed to hear in the monotonous year that 2020 has turned out to be. Along with the album, they also released the music video of one of their new tracks 'Life Goes On.'
Directed by the golden maknae Jeon Jungkook, Life Goes On compares the current unprecedented times to the world before covid-19 when the septet would roam carefree out and about.
Through the song, they have also sent out the message to their fans that even as the world have changed beyond imagination, the relationship between BTS and ARMY(their fans) is all the same.
Talking about the the music video, an ARMY on social media said that it feels like a warm blanket on a cold winter night and that's how effective BTS' music have been.
BTS -- which comprises of RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook -- have immensely contributed in the making of the album. Apart from the vocals and writings, they have also worked on visuals, cinematography, composition and direction.
Watch the music video here:
Meanwhile, except Suga, who is currently taking a break after undergoing surgery, the six members attended a press conference held on Friday morning.
Jin, one of the vocalists, talking about the album, said, "I hope this (the album) resonates with people, and many people would be able to say, 'Yes, that's how I feel as well/' You can draw consolation from it and also try to console people around you."
RM, one of the rappers and the leader of the group, said that Life Goes On has a simple message that carries the profound truth.
According to a report of Times of India, 'BE' is now the fastest-selling album in Hanteo chart history as it recorded over 1 million in just 30 minutes of its release.
Apart from Life Goes ON and Dynamite, which released in August, BE also includes Fly To My Room, Blue & Grey, Telepathy, Dis-sease, Skit and Stay.