Ok-pop woman group GFriend launched their first authentic Japanese single “Memoria” this week. It will probably be launched by means of the Memoria /Time for the Moon Night single album on Oct. 10.
An effervescent dance monitor, "Memoria" returns GFriend to the candy synth-pop model they favored on early releases, mixing the group’s energy vocals with ethereal melodies. The monitor leads with plinking synths and delicate instrumentals earlier than constructing into an imposing, tempo-shifting choral climax launched by shiny strings and sleek harmonies because the six ladies let their vocals soar.
The music video for “Memoria” was launched on Wednesday (Sept. 19). Vibrant and brightly hued, it options the six members of GFriend as they dream away their days, earlier than waking up in a barely modified world filled with glitter, artwork, angels, and extra earlier than all of them come collectively atop of a roof. For the choreography scenes, the members don a wide range of tartan-patterned attire as they carry out the sweeping, ballet-inspired routine.
“Memoria” is GFriend’s third single of 2018 following April's "Time for the Moon Night" and July's "Sunny Summer." It marks GFriend’s shift into the J-pop market, which they introduced earlier this yr. The Memoria / Time for the Moon Night single album will characteristic each the brand new single and a remake of the older one in Japanese, plus instrumental variations of each songs.
Watch the music video for “Memoria” right here: