South Korean band BTS has been famous worldwide for their songs and have garnered a lot of praises as well. Earlier, the South Korean industry was facing a lot of bad days with many talented artists and performers passing away due to depression and suicide. Finally, now, the days are brighter, and just recently, Korean band BTS shared their first single ‘Black Swan’ from their comeback album ‘Map of the Soul: 7’. BTS members RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook’s first single has been portrayed through an amazing art film.
The song Black Swan released by BTS is a very different song in comparison to their earlier songs. In this song, the band members have tried playing classical which brings out a completely different side of them in the song. As the song released with a music video featured by an amazing art film, the video sees a beautiful and heart-warming choreography performed by MN Dance Company. The song Black Swan released by BTS is a very emotional and passionate one that has a huge take on self-reflection. As the lyrics of the song go on, “The heart no longer races, When hearing the music play, Tryna pull up, Seems like time has stopped, Oh that would be my first death, I’ve been always afraid of,” it is all about balancing life and death situation. Also Read: BTS Star Jungkook Eats Ice creams And Fans Wonder Why Did They Watch This Viral Clip After All- WATCH VIDEO
In the art film of the song, the artist is spotted trying his best to escape the cage, but the other dancers acting as shadows are seen stopping him and the conflict seems to go on. The art film of the song sends out the message of how an artist struggles to be free after feeling a lot of pain.
Meanwhile, recently BTS shared a behind the scenes video of singer Jungkook enjoying some ice-cream, leaving fans to wonder why they watched the viral clip in the first place.
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