BTS have dropped their highly-anticipated new album, ‘BE (Deluxe Version)’.
The group initially streamed a stay countdown to the discharge of their album, half an hour earlier than midnight, Jap Time (5:30am BST).
Within the video, band members took turns responding to followers’ questions and thanked their supporters and followers – the BTS Military – worldwide.
Following the countdown’s conclusion, BTS then unveiled the music video for album opener ‘Life Goes On’, which was directed by band member Jeon Jung-kook.
The visible sees BTS going by their morning routine, having fun with time with one another and ultimately performing in an empty stadium underneath a monochrome filter.
Watch the music video for ‘Life Goes On’ beneath:
In a earlier assertion, the band’s label Massive Hit Leisure mentioned the album “contains the most ‘BTS-esque’ music yet”.
“The most recent story from BTS begins by declaring that ‘even within the face of this new normality, our life goes on’ and imparts a message of therapeutic to followers and to the world,” they added.
The band shared comparable sentiments in an interview with NME after the release of their record-breaking single, ‘Dynamite’.
“It has been a tough 12 months for a lot of. We’ve additionally needed to face many surprises and modifications,” they mentioned.
“That naturally made us assume profoundly about music. We are able to truthfully say that we like it, and we’re captivated with singing and dancing greater than anybody.
“We realised, nonetheless, that irrespective of how passionate we’re, we want our followers there to hearken to our songs and watch us carry out. It made us desperate to consolation and provides pleasure to folks by our music and efficiency greater than ever. That’s how ‘Dynamite’ got here to be. We determined to just accept new challenges and be extra versatile.”
The tracklist for ‘BE (Deluxe Version)’ is:
1. ‘Life Goes On’
2. ‘Fly To My Room’
3. ‘Blue & Gray’