We’re only 3 months into 2015 and already Infinite has been super busy; Infinite H‘s comeback, their second fan meeting, their Dilemma Japanese tour, Sungkyu’s leading role in the upcoming web drama “Love Detective Sherlock K”, a comeback teaser for May, and now another Japanese song, “24 Hours.” This is Infinite’s second original Japanese song, the first being “Dilemma,” which was released back in December of last year.
On the 20th, Universal Music Japan uploaded the music video teaser onto their YouTube channel.
A complete 180 change from the dark, J-rock vibe we got from “Dilemma,” their new song sounds softer and more “angelic,” if you will, and considering the boys are dressed in practically all white for most of the teaser, I’m going to guess and say that’s the direction the music video director had in mind to coincide with the song.
We’ll just have to wait and see what the full music video is like. Hopefully Universal Music Japan will upload it, but like most Japanese music companies, it’s rare, so either we’ll see it once other YouTube channels have it uploaded or you can always watch it by purchasing the album and then you’ll have it forever!
If you haven’t watched Infinite’s music video teaser for “24 Hours” yet, you can do so in the video below!
The full music video and single album will be released on the 29th of April. Quite a long time to wait! The two types of albums you can buy when it comes out is a limited edition and the regular edition.
Both editions will include 3 songs: “24 Hours,” “Just Another Night,” and the Japanese version of “Together,” the only difference between the two is the limited edition includes the music video and MV making for “24 Hours” and the regular is only just the songs. Both are said to come with photo cards.
So if you’re planning on buying one, which edition will you choose?
Edited by: Laura Dees
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