Now, about the song. It was a fine song. I actually liked it because of the dissonance that was present in the verses, but the thing that bothered me was the fact that the instrumentation was almost louder than the vocals. That's a rock element, not a pop one. Pop music is supposed to present the vocals upfront. The vocals in this track seemed drowned out by the backing track though.
The song was more along the lines of what I expected when opening these videos. It was calmer and had an electronic orchestral backing track that is familiar to Gfriend, Lovelyz and April. While the song wasn't rather exciting, I almost preferred this track to the previous one because the mixing was done a lot better on this track although it still wasn't perfect. I enjoyed it overall.
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