This Sunday we’re giving you a soft pop song with enough warm chords to make your weekend extra cosy.
The Night of Seokyo are a particularly interesting group as members fail to appear in photographs; in fact, they have never been named! The five-piece production crew’s mellow track has an experimental feel to it, and there are clear influences of
Dawson’s vocals are soft and dreamy, and therefore compliment the warm, cheerful melodies well. The initial high note on the first chorus may feel a little piercing and unexpected on the first listen, but this imperfection is what makes this project so unlike other things in the world of K-Pop. The Night of Seokyo are not afraid of developing and growing, and aim to product music that they are interested in; the listener is in some regards left behind in the vision. They are undefined by a certain style and genre, and by releasing music on a montly basis, they offer a sense of capturing the present. April’s offering has been one of their best tracks to date; incredibly hypnotic and good enough to put on again, and again, and again.
It was a lonely night, but with this song in hand, it’s bound to be a beautiful day. Check it out below:
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