DAY6 have released their comeback album ‘Shoot Me: Youth Part 1‘ and the title track ‘Shoot Me‘.
‘Shoot Me‘ delivers DAY6 at their best, it’s a rock song that almost has a punk rock delivery to it, it’s loud and brash and at its core slightly rebellious. It kicks off with a heartbeat (that continues throughout the song) and builds to introduce percussion elements, as well as slinking and sexy synths.
The track flows along building the tension until it explodes with the gritty and aggressive “bang bang” of the chorus. It then settles back down into the pulsing beat until it explodes again with the anthemic chant of ‘Shoot Me‘s’ bridge – “I’m OK, so if you want to hurt me, baby, just hurt me“.
The music video for ‘Shoot Me‘ blends with the song’s theme and concept with the band performing the track as a woman takes aim at a man and shoots him with her words. It’s a vibrant theatrical style clip which plays out the passion of the song perfectly.
Check out DAY6 ‘Shoot Me’
Now, with the group have dropped the ‘Shoot Me‘ cheer guide for fans. They look like they were having a lot of fun as they filmed this, singing along with their parts of the track and helping fans learn the cheer for ‘Shoot Me‘ at the same time.
DAY6 ‘Shoot Me’ cheer guide
Earlier, the group had released the ‘Shoot Me‘ MV making film. It takes us behind the scenes of the making of the music video, and gives us a sneak peak of what went into the finished product. Make sure you keep an eye out for the moment when Wonpil and Young K swap instruments.
DAY6 ‘Shoot Me’ MV making film
We’ve also had the ‘Shoot Me: Youth Part 1‘ jacket making film released. It gives us an insiders look at what goes into creating the images that we then see in the CD jacket.
DAY6 ‘Shoot Me: Youth Part 1’ Jacket making
What do you think of the song ‘Shoot Me‘ from DAY6? Have you listened to the album ‘Shoot Me: Youth Part 1‘ yet? Did you like the MV? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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