On July 9th, worldwide sensations BTS released the music video their newest English single, ‘Permission to Dance’. The track acts as the B-side to their ‘Butter’ single album released on the same day.
The single album includes the previously released synthy May single, ‘Butter’, alongside the instrumental versions of both songs. Created by the western hit makers of Ed Sheeran, Steve Mac, Johnny McDaid, Jenna Andrews, the latest single combined with the group’s fandom and appeal is sure to bring the sizzle to the charts.
Check out the music video down below!
BTS ‘PERMISSION TO DANCE’ MV:
The full English sung track simply describes the feeling of leaving your worries behind and enjoying anytime when the music’s going; that no one needs permission to dance. It’s poppy instrumental is infectious as the easy melody makes the lyrics easy to catch. Keeping a steady pace in the chorus, the group’s vocals shine through to create an anthem for the season.
Watching the music video, it takes place in the middle of desert. The boys are all hanging around whether that be sitting at the tables of a cafe, or sitting onto of the building looking up into the scorching sky. Purple balloons fly and make appearances throughout the MV, giving a nod to the group’s signature colour and phrase ‘I purple you’. Briefly switching to the night scene looks picturesque as the sky blends between gradients of blue. Another fun feature of the video is the addition of other people dancing along to the tune. From small kids, to teachers and couples, it adds to the all-inclusive atmosphere, which is further cemented by the end of the video where we see in the post-credits, all the backup dancers jamming to the track after the cameras stop rolling.
BTS‘ single album, ‘Butter’, featuring the latest title track, ‘Permission to Dance’ is available now!
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Written by Derek