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Pop / Rock 28/10/2019

K-Pop Sensations Monsta X Drop Fiery New Music Video & Album

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) K-pop supergroup and worldwide phenomenon, Monsta X, stage a worldwide comeback with the release of their new album, <'FOLLOW': FIND YOU>, out today. After a slew of teasers on social media, the group has also released their highly anticipated video for "Follow." Prior to this release, Monsta X dropped a video for the accompanying title track, "Find You," which Billboard referred to as an "airy synth-pop ballad." Elite Daily noted that "Find You" flashed back to clips from previous music videos ("Dramarama," "Destroyer," "Shoot Out," "Alligator"), further showcasing the fluidity of the Monsta X storyline.

<'FOLLOW': FIND YOU> continues to embody Monsta X's identity as a group. As they have seamlessly connected messages for each album release, their philosophy and story of "Finding Hope in Loss and Wander" is valid again. <'FOLLOW': FIND YOU> sings a story that connects with the groups previous work, and that 'he is not alone through the process of understanding each other.' Two of the title tracks, "Find You" and "Follow," are two representative axes of the Monsta X style. Efficient composition focused on excellent scripts, increases the immersion of the record. The song "Find You," which penetrates Monsta X's view of the world, has transcended the bonds of members connected across time and space.

Coming off their show-stopping performances at the iHeart Radio Music Festival and Life Is Beautiful Festival in Vegas, as the first K-Pop group, the groups momentum only continues to grow in the states. Catch Monsta X at B96 Pepsi Jingle bash in Chicago on December 7th, and iHeart Radio Jingle Ball December 9th in Minneapolis, December 11th in Philadelphia, and December 13th in New York City MSG alongside Taylor Swift, Jonas Brothers, Halsey, 5SOS, and more.






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