All thanks to f(x), we now have another song to become overly obsessed with.

On 27th October (Tuesday), the SM Entertainment girl group finally made their long-awaited comeback with their 4th studio album, “4 Walls”. This came after they released tonnes of teaser images that gave us glimpses of their comeback concept.

f(x) 4 Walls Photo 4

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“4 Walls” marks f(x)’s first album since releasing “Red Light” in July 2014. It also marks their first comeback without member Sulli, who officially departed from the group earlier in August to focus on her acting career.

Soompi reported that a total of 10 tracks will be included in f(x)’s new album. A plethora of talented and internationally recognised producers have featured their work in this album too, including Carly Rae Jepsen, Kenzie, Stereotypes, Monotree, and Block B‘s Zico.

The official music video for their title track of the same name was dropped alongside the album. As expected from the now 4-member group, the music video for “4 Walls” was shot beautifully in the “art film” style. Filled with dreamy cuts and unique artistic visuals, the video that is plastered with soft pastel hues brings a fresh perspective to the Korean music scene.

Accoding to Koreaboo, this ear-pleasing track is a deep house number composed by Andreas Oberg and Maria Marcus, the same UK producing duo who gave us SHINee‘s “View” and “Married To The Music“, as well as Red Velvet‘s “Dumb Dumb”. The lyrics are about the confused feelings that come after falling for someone unexpectedly.

Check out the hauntingly beautiful music video below:

So, what do you think of “4 Walls”? Have you fallen in love with them already? We thought so too 😉

“4 Walls” is now available on online music stores.

For more information, visit f(x)’s official website and Facebook page.

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