Nam Tae Hyun‘s band South Club have released their second EP ‘20‘ and the title track ‘Outcast‘.
The former member of Winner and his band have delivered an EP that tells the story of the youth of their generation.
This is never more evident than in the title track ‘Outcast‘ which contains lyrics that strongly reflect Nam Tae Hyun‘s own experiences of feeling like a misfit and overcoming obstacles. The song has lyrics that talk about the conflicting feelings of life in your twenties. A time when society generally expects that you act with more maturity and be ‘adult-like’ despite the fact that as an individual you are still growing and finding out who you are.
‘Outcast’ delivers on South Club‘s signature rock sound and Nam Tae Hyun‘s consistently strong vocals. This is a style that him so well, he has a voice made for singing rock music!
Check out South Club’s ‘Outcast’ MV
South Club will be holding a special showcase for their EP ‘20‘ in Seoul on June 2.
What do you think of the song ‘Outcast‘ from South Club? Are you glad that they have finally released new music? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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Written and edited by Narelle
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