BTS release an eight-track album

BTS gathers around bonfire in 'Life Goes On' music video teaser

BTS drops NEW 'Life Goes On' teaser ahead of 'BE' album launch

The album's title track "Life Goes On" has ranked first on the iTunes Top Songs chart in 90 countries.

The Korean pop industry grows by the day, BTS is one of the most popular groups with a solid career, although their agency has planned to debut two other groups in 2021.

The seven-member boy band is at the forefront of South Korean pop music and has helped build a global fan base for K-pop since their debut in 2013. The group announced the album in September.

The music video, directed by Jeon Jung Kook, compares the pre-COVID times when the six members could hang out carefree and the "new normal" where they are confined to their home like everybody else.

BE's first unit song, "Fly to My Room", has Suga, J-Hope, Jimin and V reflecting on when they would travel, but now feel confined to their rooms and want nothing more than to leave and experience those free feelings again.

"Skit" is BTS's first non-music track since Love Yourself: Her's release in 2017; the objective of the skits are to just have BTS talking amongst themselves about certain happenings or events. I mean, seriously, what is it these boys can't do.

Member Jin said another BE track, the retro disco Telepathy, expressed "the sad reality of not being able to meet with our fans around the world because of Covid".

The Army never fails to reciprocate the love they receive from BTS.

Last week, the band shared details on the upcoming album by releasing a handwritten list of the album's eight tracks, which includes "Dynamite", "Blue & Grey", "Skit" and "Stay".

"The new album imparts a message of healing to the world by declaring, 'Even in the face of this new normality, our life goes on, '" the group's label, Big Hit Entertainment, said at the time.

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