With CNBLUE members enlisting to fulfil their mandatory military service in South Korea, they will be releasing a compilation album in Japan ‘BEST of CNBLUE/Our Book 2011-2018‘ to fill the void for fans or Boice (CNBLUE‘s fanbase).
The first part of the special release is their latest Japanese single ‘Don’t Say Goodbye‘ and the accompanying music video.
The song is a piano driven (played by Yong Hwa) uptempo pop-rock track which has jazz undertones. Yong Hwa takes care of the majority of the vocals on the track, and it’s so nice to hear his voice again, even though it hasn’t been that long!
He tells listener’s that ‘They’ll be All Right‘, and ‘They need Boice‘. So, it’s quite a sentimental track despite the up-tempo beat.
The music video was filmed before the group’s leader Jung Yong Hwa enlisted earlier this year, and features the band in performance and rehearsal mode.
Check out CNBLUE’s ‘Don’t Say Goodbye’
‘Our Book‘ will be released on August 29 and will be available in three different versions, CD, CD and DVD and another CD and DVD.
The CD version will contain a total of 19 songs, including the new song ‘Don’t Say Goodbye‘. Other songs included on the CD will be ‘In My Head‘ and ‘Glory Days‘.
What do you think of CNBLUE‘s song ‘Don’t Say Goodbye‘? What about the music video? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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Written and edited by Narelle