K-pop boy band Stray Kids take on corruption and the finance world in the music video for their brand new song “Miroh.”
Released on Sunday (March 24), it's Stray Kids’ first song of 2019. Alternating between paunchy, clapping beats and dramatic dance breaks dominated by boisterous horns and tiger roars as the members sing and rap about breaking free and flying from the struggles of living in the “rough jungle” of society, the song fronts the group’s new album Clé 1: MIROH, released on Monday (March 25).
The music video begins by setting the scene with bankers in control of the world, as Stray Kids' members set up to take on the powerful men. A glitchy, futuristic world serves as the backdrop of the group's dramatic rebellion and powerful choreography amid the urban jungle.
“Miroh” marks Stray Kids’ first anniversary since the release of their debut single “District 9”.
Stray Kids will be touring the United States in May.
Watch the music video for Stray Kids’ “Miroh” below.