On November 14th, Dreamcatcher released their Japanese MV for ‘What‘. This is their debut single in Japan, and it will be officially released on November 21st. ‘What‘ is their title track of their third mini album ‘Alone in the City‘. It was released on September 20th, containing six new tracks.
Dreamcatcher’s Japanese MV for ‘What’:
‘What‘ has a rock vibe with a powerful beat. It has a mature tone. Their outfits are majestic, which matches the atmosphere of the MV. The MV starts with the group dancing in formation as they are surrounded by what looks like ice and crystals. In another setting, they are dancing at night in front of a house. The choreography is impressive as it involves a lot of coordination and synchronisation. Meanwhile, throughout the MV, there are shots of the members individually in separate locations. Some are simply sleeping in bed, while others are wandering around. This is definitely a strong Japanese debut.
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Written by Lindsay
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