Again, for a closer song, this song was perfect. It had that Day6 touch to it that Day6 does to make all their songs sound so good. I think I've said this before but Day6 is really good at slow jams and this is another example of that. It was a soft rock song but the energy was more than present. The hook of the song was brilliant. There was a ton of raw emotion delivered in the vocals even though Day6 tends to put their vocals through a filter. An interesting feature to this song that you hear in k-pop very often was the fade out rather than a solid ending note or chord. It gave the song a more classic vibe along with the instrumentation and the vocal presence. Finally at the end of the video, there was a caption that read “the show must go on” which leads me to believe the story will continue.
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