BTS Gets Sentimental In 'Spring Day' Video: Watch

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Korean boy band BTS released their latest single “Spring Day” on Sunday (Feb. 12). It is one of four new songs featured on You Never Walk Alone, the reissue of last year’s record-breaking Wings. The melancholic “Spring Day” jumps genres as an alt hip-hop song infused with rock instrumentals and EDM synths. While there are rap breaks --as is typical of the band’s hip hop oriented style-- “Spring Day” follows last year’s “Save Me” and 2015’s “I Need You” with its effusive, dreamy vocals and yearning lyrics; the song’s chorus is largely made up of “I want to see you” repeated multiple times. The video, directed by frequent BTS collaborator Lumpens (YongSeok Choi), reflects the album’s title and transmutes “Spring Day” from a love song into an ode dedicated to the dead. It begins with V stepping onto train tracks and facing an oncoming train, then shows a variety of contrasting bright and muted scenes featuring BTS' members as they spend time with one another. (Plus there's a random mountain of laundry that they spend some time chilling on.) “Spring Day” ends with the septet walking together, but a subtle camera shot reveals that Jimin is the only person actually physically there. Impressively enough, the music video...

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