Okay-pop woman group Dreamcatcher returned with their newest rock-infused dance monitor right this moment (Sept. 24). “What” leads the septet’s new EP Alone within the City, and is their third single of 2018 following “Full Moon” and “You and I.”
Like all the act’s previous singles, “What” is a vibrant pop-rock music that thrives on propulsive guitar riffs, pounding drum beats, and glossy synths because it roars in the direction of the explosive choral questioning of the repeated title question. Drawing on the group’s dream-inspired title, the one’s melody seems to emulate the stress of a nightmare because the Dreamcatcher members sing and rap about making an attempt to get up from one.
Though much less overtly magic and mystery-inspired than a few of their previous releases, the accompanying music video for “What” options the group as they work together with the world as if awake in goals and nightmares, making an attempt to type all of it out. All the whereas, they're performing the music's dynamic choreography whereas in a crystal snow globe and amid darkish alleys. This is the primary music video by which the woman group has gone for intensely fashionable appears to be like, with every of the septet trying fierce in her personal distinctive outfits that mix female individuality with punk and goth edginess.
Prior to the music’s launch, Dreamcatcher’s label Happy Face Entertainment issued an apology on social media associated to a music video teaser clip for alleged allusions to suicide.
“What” is the lead monitor on Dreamcatcher’s Alone within the City album, with allusions to the album’s title showing within the music video. The EP is their first for the reason that completion of their Nightmare album sequence, which accomplished with May's Escape the Era. That album went to No. 7 on the World Albums chart, and preceded their first-ever Stateside fanmeet whereas the group was in Los Angeles to carry out at KCON 2018 LA.
Watch the music video for Dreamcatcher's “What” right here: