B.A.P is finally back as a full group!
As promised the K-Pop idol boy group has released the music video for “Wake Me Up”, which is the title track of their 6th single “Rose”, on Tuesday (7th March).
Co-written by Zelo, Bang Yong Guk, Mafly, and Kefly, “Wake Me Up” has a mixture of guitar riff and strong synth sounds. The song relays the group’s message of getting out the “standard frame” to start something new. Moreover, the EP (extended play) also contains 2 other songs: “Dystopia” and “Diamond 4 Ya”.
“Fortunately, Bang Yong Guk focused on continuous treatment to gain mental and physical stability during his rest, and has greatly improved. After discussing with the artist for a long time, we decided on his return. We will continue to monitor his condition,” his label, TS Entertainment, explained.
The music video is set in an old house, with various foreign actors showing signs of depression, panic, and anxiety. One man is seen drowning himself into a bathtub filled with water while a woman, who is displeased with her appearance, breaks the mirror.
One netizen commented, “The message that B.A.P wants to show is as clear as water. It’s a video with a diverse cast, real problems (such as mental disorders), good music, and art.”
For more information, hit up B.A.P’s Facebook page.