Okay, I know for a fact I said Lee Hae Ri's last release “Pattern” was her debut, but that was just a pre-release track. Her actual debut is a title that is much longer “Hate That I Miss You” which from the title I'm getting ballad/indie vibe. I guess we'll find out soon enough.
I won't spend a huge amount on this review because the video was simplistic and the song was really raw. I love that the video started out with natural sounds in a recording studio. From the looks of it, the video was shot in an empty house in a room by a patio. After exploring some of the sounds in the area, the video starts with Lee Hae Ri playing the piano and it focuses on the sound of a raw recording session. Things such as the floor pedal and the echo present in the room are amplified to give the video a really raw sound and image.
The song was rather long especially for a ballad. I have to say, if Lee Hae Ri was actually playing the piano, which I whole-heartedly believe she was, then this song is extremely complex and would be difficult to sing and play that precisely. That is incredibly impressive. Like I said, the song was close to 5 minutes with power vocals as expected. I'm just so impressed.
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