BTS hints at new music!
The K-Pop group surprised fans on Thursday by releasing a nine-minute video title Euphoria: Theme of Love Yourself Wonder. The artsy clip features the seven members in a variety of scenes, including jumping into the ocean, getting caught in a fire inside a room, alone at a gas station, and more, set to a calming piano melody. Midway through, as the guys race in a hallway towards a door, the tune changes and the band's song "Euphoria" starts playing.
Noticeably absent are the bright red and bleach blonde locks that a handful of singers previously rocked. Instead, every guy has died their hair brown. The visual ends by reverting back to the previous piano melody as they all appear seaside.
The singer have been keeping busy since their last Korean LP, Love Yourself: Her, that dropped in September. Earlier this week, BTS released their third Japanese album, Face Yourself, and their YouTube Red docuseries, BTS: Burn the Stage, launched on March 28.
When the band made their first trek to the U.S. last year, ET sat down with the guys to talk about their music, fans and who they would love to collaborate with. Watch below to hear what they shared.
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