The super stars K-pop BTS have just released their new album and the first taste they gave to their millions of fans, is a generous dose of optimism in the midst of a pandemic. and the music video for their song “Life Goes On”. The song is about the collective pain that torments the world because of the coronavirus pandemic and the hope that a new dawn will come. Life Goes On is the first song by BTS with The members of the popular K-pop band, on the occasion of the release of their new work, gave a global press conference from Korea. The V, Jungkook, the subject of the coronavirus pandemic and how it has stopped life all over the world. Jimin, Jin, RM and J-Hope were present at the interview. Suga, who is recovering from a recent surgery, was absent. “We’ve all learned how to use new cameras,” he added. “The title ‘Be’ is a verb in a very broad sense,” Jimin said. “In our discussions, ‘life goes on’ appeared as a recurring idea,” he said. The album reflects the thoughts, feelings and deepest thoughts of BTS, who have been actively involved in all aspects of the creation process. “Be”. Jimin was the project manager of the album “Be”. All the members of the K-pop band had different roles, V acted as visual manager. The music video, directed by Jeon Jung Kook, compares the pre-COVID moments when the members of the group could carelessly embrace the ” new normality “where they are confined to their home, like everyone else.” We all started photographing each other, our natural selves, “V said, adding that RM had the idea to use their rooms for the photos. RM added details about the album’s first song, Life Goes On, which has just been released, explaining that it is “more serious, honest, mild” but close to “Dynamite”. “The new album conveys a healing message to the world. “Even in the face of this new normality, our lives go on,” the band said in a statement. The band will perform Life Goes On at the American Music Awards on November 22.
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