South Korean rock band Nell returned Wednesday (Nov. 14) with the discharge of their new album Let’s Part and a nostalgic music video for the one of the identical identify.
Known for his or her smooth, haunting tackle evocative electro and synth-rock, “Let’s Part” emphasizes the tender, reflective vocals of Kim Jong Wan with not a lot else apart from light piano melodies and reverberating guitar riffs. Though it nonetheless maintains the group’s historically woozy, dreamlike type, “Let’s Part” gives up an easier soundscape than a few of their more moderen singles, forgoing the ‘80s electro-pop vibes of final 12 months’s “Today” with GroovyRoom and the twinkling synths of 2016’s playful “Dream Catcher.”
The light tone of the one was emphasised within the retro-slanted music video for "Let's Part," which takes the viewers again to the previous, exhibiting grainy, largely hand-filmed imagery of a relationship between a younger couple in Japan. Throughout the clip, it reveals the pair going from college students to maturity, and ends poignantly with the male trying again on movies from the previous, as if making ready himself for the titular breakup.
“Let’s Part” is the title track off of Nell's first LP since 2016's C, and the band's second since organising their very own impartial file label, Space Bohemian, in 2016. The group was lately featured on BTS’ RM’s mono. mixtape.
Watch the music video for Nell’s “Let’s Part” right here: