Stray Kids have made their comeback by releasing their MV for ‘Miroh‘. This is their third comeback which has strategically been chosen to be on the same date as their first debut anniversary. One year ago, the group debuted with title track ‘District 9‘ and corresponding album ‘I Am NOT‘.
‘Miroh‘ is the title track of their fourth mini album ‘Clé 1: Miroh‘, which is the first in their new series since completing the ‘I Am‘ trilogy. The rest of the album will drop on March 25th at 6pm KST.
Check out the MV for ‘Miroh‘ below!
Felix‘s deep voice will definitely hook the audience in. The MV starts with the group approaching a podium where a bunch of politicians and nobles are giving a speech. Meanwhile, the rest of the city is rioting. They are in the middle of a revolution. The group are in a futuristic city with high-rise buildings. Changbin and Hyunjin‘s powerful rap in front of a wall with a maze is highly appealing and has received lots of praise for it already. The choreography of the chorus is led by center Lee Know. It is Haka-inspired, which leader and producer Bang Chan would be familiar with since he grew up in Australia.
During the chorus, the group are seen running towards the podium. They proceed to take over as Lee Know stands right in front of the mic. Next, Bang Chan is seen sitting on the edge of a tall skyscraper. As the day turns to night, the members have a party in which they take the camera and film some of their parts in selfie-mode.
Stray Kids have definitely made a powerful statement with this comeback. No group has ever pulled off the revolutionary concept – this concept is unique in the industry.
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