K-pop girl group TWICE released the music video for their Japanese track entitled "BDZ" on August 16 and has already reached millions of views. It's the lead single for their upcoming album which is coming out in September. The group, which was formed through the reality show Sixteen, is composed of nine members: Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu.
We're used to the group's bubbly music videos with bright locations and sets ("Dance The Night Away" and "What Is Love") but this one features the members in a dark—and definitely not cutesy—place. The MV actually reminds us of a heist film! Don't worry, it all ends well, we promise.
Sana, one of the group's Japanese members, explains that the world was previously a happy place, thanks to creatures known as "Lovelies."They've been kidnapped, and TWICE decides to save the day and bring happiness back by rescuing them. Check it out below:
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