SNUPER have released their third Japanese single ‘Stand By Me’.
‘Stand By Me‘ is different to the group’s Korean releases. There’s nothing wrong with that, it just sounds different to the tracks we’ve been used to hearing from them lately. Take for example their latest Korean release ‘Dear‘, it has clean vocals and a strong synth base underneath. ‘Stand By Me‘ sounds cuter and sugary sweet, and the track underneath is so overpowering it rivals with their vocal.
Don’t get me wrong I like the song, but it’s very sugar-coated and sweet (which is probably the purpose of the track given the market it is aimed at)!
The clip itself sees the boys donning uniforms and day dreaming about their crush. We see them in school, in the library and at the bowling alley amongst other locations.
Watch SNUPER’s full MV for ‘Stand By Me’
As always with SNUPER, we expect their choreography is one of their strengths. The choreography for ‘Stand By Me‘ is no different and the group have released a special choreography video to give us a close-up look at their moves. This version is shot in a studio with a simple white background to ensure that you’re focus is maintained on the dance moves.
Watch SNUPER’s ‘Stand By Me’ chorography video
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Written and edited by Narelle