The song seemed to be very scarce. There was jungle rhythm instruments and an altered voice part repeated throughout, but besides that there wasn’t anything going on melodically except for the portion where the synth kicks in. This wasn’t Hoya’s best song. I definitely liked “Angel” a lot more than this. I’m hoping the album is more like “Angel” to be honest.
The song as well had a sort of old Kpop appeal about it that made it feel timeless. TVXQ! are really good at pulling that off. The song style kind of reminded me of “Black Suit” by Super Junior but there was a difference. It had its own personality to it. It had that jazzy vibe and keeping a steady beat with the kick and snare.
The song was surprising as well. Mad Clown has done a lot of grimier stuff and a lot of more laid back music, but this song was fun and upbeat and sort of silly. Also, the song was very fast paced. It moved along pretty quickly. Overall, it had a Latin vibe with a light beat. It was definitely one of Mad Clown’s more interesting songs.
The song was an anthem for all the kids that have to eventually grow up. It felt like the last song you listen to during your summer vacation. The last and final song you blast before returning home from an extravagant trip. It felt this way and I feel it conveyed the message of growing up very well. It was bittersweet.
What did you think of the songs? Which song did you enjoy the most? I think for me, it was probably Stray Kids because, like I said, it has that nostalgic emotion that makes me think of my “good ol’ days”. Thank you so much for your support. Be sure to go give some love to each of these artists. They all deserve your love more than I do. Thank you for everything. I’ll be back soon with some more video reviews, lyrical analysis, and more. Thank you again. I’ll see you in my next review.