Baker’s dozen boy band Seventeen returned as we speak (Jan. 21) with their sixth EP You Made My Dawn, and dropped a cozily cinematic music video for the lead single “Home.”
Starting off with plinking synths and a snapping beat, “Home” spends a lot of its time driving in the direction of a robust beat drop and by no means touchdown it– in the easiest way attainable. Instead, it’s evocative in its subtlety, creating an uplifting Ok-pop dance monitor that leans into future bass whereas showcasing the members’ heartfelt vocals as they sing in regards to the titular subject.
According to the blurb for the music’s music video, “Home” “expresses the will to current consolation to a cherished one who has brightened the day when one was nonetheless in darkness. The emotional lyrics examine 'dwelling' to the mutual emotions of family members and the way any impediment will be conquered by counting on one another. The heat lyrics and delicate feelings expressed by way of the monitor seems to be to consolation the listeners.”
The music was launched with a sweater weather-inspired music video stuffed with berets and argyle because the 13-members charismatically stare down the digital camera in forlorn states in Spartan rooms, on seashores and basketball courts, and at different picturesque settings. Interspersed are sleekly choreographed pictures because the members showcase a few of their tightest strikes up to now, synchronized twirls and alls.
“Home” fronts Seventeen’s six-track You Made My Dawn EP, which options three group tracks — ”Home,” “Getting Closer,” and “Good To Me” — and a trio of songs carried out by their sub-units: efficiency group's “Shhh," vocal group's “Hug,” and the hip-hop group's “Chilli." Each of the six songs have been written by the members and longtime collaborator Bumzu, with Park Ki Tae and Anchor, each of PRISMFILTER, and Poptime additionally serving as songwriters.
The launch as we speak was preceded by that of “Getting Closer” final month by way of its dynamic video.
Seventeen has seen eight albums seem on the World Albums chart since its begin in 2015, together with final yr's prequel EP You Make My Day, which peaked at No. three in July. The act debuted and peaked on the Artist 100 Chart at No. 87 that very same month.
Watch the music video for Seventeen’s “Home” right here: