New yr, new beginnings. At least for Tiffany Young, whose newly-released “Born Again” (out right this moment, Jan. 25) is an anthem about her private revival after enduring longterm struggles. Young additionally revealed that her upcoming Lips on Lips EP is about to drop on Feb. 22; it is going to be accompanied by an already-planned tour of the identical title.
Young’s lush new pop track explores her reorientation of her sense of self on each private and profession ranges, following her Stateside shift after over a decade within the Okay-pop world as a member of Girls’ Generation. "So dangerous it ought to be forbidden. So good, so deep, I really feel it. I’m reborn,” she sings over a hovering melody. “Your love is sort of a larger energy. I’m born, I’m born, I’m born once more, once more.”
At first look, it’s a love track about being revitalized by a relationship, however in a press launch, the singer expressed that the observe's launch marks a "very emotional and private journey impressed by all of the tragedy and ache I’ve needed to masks with a smile all through my profession,” referring to her early profession as a part of one of many world’s hottest, and busy, woman teams, and difficulties regarding her father’s excellent money owed.
Young is considered one of a number of stars related to the South Korean leisure business to just lately be embroiled in what has grow to be colloquially often called “Debt Too,” a motion the place celebrities are being taken to process for money owed owed by members of the family. (Young issued a statement on the matter in December.)
The observe was written by Fernando Garibay, and is Young's fourth English-language track since transitioning into the U.S. market final yr after departing with former company SM Entertainment in 2017.
“Born Again” was launched alongside a video shot on the seaside. The 29-year-old seems as a modern-day goddess, awash in waves, tulle, and satin.
The singer additionally took to social media to reveal that she has “a particular shock” deliberate for Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14).
Watch the fascinating music video for Tiffany Young’s “Born Again” beneath.