FTISLAND are spoiling us for choice at the moment with a Korean comeback, a Japanese comeback, new music videos, acoustic versions and special clips, what more could we want!
Well, I don’t know about you, but I just want more!
Since the release of their sixth Korean mini-album ‘What If‘ and the title track ‘Summer Night’s Dream‘ just over a week ago, the group have been dropping all sorts of goodies on us.
The latest is an acoustic version of ‘Summer Night’s Dream‘ and a ‘special clip’ of the same track.
In the acoustic version of the song, the group are sitting together in a studio having fun jamming to the track with acoustic guitars, bass and Minhwan playing his makeshift drum.
The song maintains it’s feel good, fun vibes that mixes the reggae-influenced beat, a rap breakdown and free-flowing synths, the best bit is that while it isn’t their typical rock sound, it has the feel of it in the undercurrent.
Listen to FTISLAND’s acoustic version of ‘Summer Night’s Dream’
The other clip released is the ‘Special Clip’ version of ‘Summer Night’s Dream‘. It’s a performance clip where the members have a bit of fun with the delivery with Hongki standing inside a swim float ring which eventually ends up around his middle and a toy turtle on Jaejin‘s shoulder.
Check out FTISLAND’s ‘Special Clip’ version of ‘Summer Night’s Dream’
What do you think of the acoustic version of ‘Summer Night’s Dream‘? What about the ‘Special Clip’? Which version do you prefer? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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Written and edited by Narelle – who you all know thinks Lee Hongki has the best voice in music – anywhere!