On April 15th, Stray Kids released their video for ‘Chronosaurus‘, the last track on their fourth mini album ‘Clé 1: Miroh‘. Fans had already been given a preview of the video in the days leading up to their comeback. Check it out below!
This video mostly alternates between two settings. In one setting, the entire group sit together on chairs as they face left. During their individual parts of the song, the setting becomes black-and-white and only features that member who is singing or rapping. The dark energy of the song matches the theme of the song, which is about how time doesn’t slow down for us. At one point of the song, four clocks depicting different times are shown.
The timings on the four clocks depict four very important dates to Stray Kids. From left to right, these are:
- December 19th: the day the group officially became nine members
- January 8th: release date of their pre-debut album ‘Mixtape‘
- March 25th: debut date
- August 1st: the day they named their fans “STAYs”
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Written by Lindsay
Edited by Lindsay