The Boyz unveils concept photo for new song 'WHISPER'

  • 이소연 |2022.08.09 12:58
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The group THE BOYZ added enthusiasm for their comeback.

The Boyz released the concept photo of the DENIAL version of the title song 'WHISPER' of the 7th mini album 'BE AWARE' through the official SNS channel on the 9th.

In the released image, The Boyz, who tried to transform with a rebellious charm, catches the eye. 

This concept photo is full of different charms from the chains that oppress the members, and the intense gaze staring at the camera, with the mysterious sky-blue background that seems to go back and forth between fantasy and reality, raising the curiosity about the new song 'Whisper'.

In particular, various speculations from global fans are pouring out about what kind of connection objects such as the thread in the 2022 The Boyz trailer video released one step earlier, the pink chain in the 3D artwork teaser video, and the chain in the concept photo of the denial version will have with the new song. .

The Boyz will make a comeback on the 16th with the title song 'WHISPER', including the 7th mini album 'BE AWARE'. 

The new song 'WHISPER' is a song that expresses the moment when dopamine blooms after being fascinated by the exhilarating whisper (WHISPER), and fans can feel The Boyz's unique energetic mood. In addition, this song was written by star lyricist Jo Yoon-kyung and members Jacob and Sun-woo, adding a unique color to The Boyz.

Meanwhile, The Boyz completed their first world tour 'THE BOYZ WORLD TOUR: THE B-ZONE' Seoul encore concert at KSPO DOME (Olympic Gymnastics Stadium) in Songpa-gu, Seoul on August 5-7. They mobilized more than 4,000 people and proved the true value of those who have grown into the top K-pop boy groups in name and reality.

Written by Ahn Yoon Ji
Translated by Lee So Yun

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