K-pop supergroup, BTS, took to the media to give their ARMY “Permission to Dance” with their new single.
The K-pop band dropped their new track along with a brand new music video to display their famous dance moves, amazing cinematography and their impressive choreography which, in turn, made the music video shine brightly and was pleased.
“The fun, uplifting, catchy new summer tune is truly brought to life in the music video, which uses colourful, scenic desert vistas and small American South West towns to add a brilliant vibrancy to the song’s message of embracing your wildest dreams and listening to your heart,” was how ET Online describe the new track from the K-pop supergroup.
“I wanna dance/The music’s got me going/Ain’t nothing that can stop how we move,” the group croons in the effervescent chorus. “Let’s break our plans/And live just like we’re golden/And roll in like we’re dancing fools.”
Permission to Dance is said to be from the band’s CD single “Butter,” which was dropped earlier in 2021 alongside a music video that established a new record in YouTube streaming records.
The CD single – which includes four complete tracks in total which includes both “Permission to Dance” and “Butter” along with the instrumental versions of both tracks – was released on Friday.
BTS that includes jin, Jimin, Suga, V, RM, Jungkook and J-Hope, opened up to ET’s Lauren Zime concerning their success while remaining humble, and the use of their platform to speak on issues regarding the matter.
“We are seeing, I am seeing, more and more people take that interest in these issues,” . “A lot of people are stepping up and trying to assist and spread awareness. So, we will work as hard as we can to have our voice heard as well and be a part of this.”
Speaking about BTS success – which got them features on the cover of Rolling Stone and – Jungkook said: “It’s a great honour. I think it’s an achievement that was made possible because of the Army and because, you know, we tried to do our best. We try to do the best we can and show great performances and keep continuing to do what we do.”
When the group released “Butter” back in May, rapper Suga said to the media: “Most of the music I grew up listening to talked about dreams, hope, and introspection in the midst of despair. I got influenced by that kind of music and became who I am today. So in turn I also want to give that kind of influence.”