AceShowbiz - In anticipation of BTS' (Bangtan Boys) comeback, the Korean act surprised fans by releasing a captivating music video featuring V performing the track "Singularity". The song will be included on the group's much-anticipated forthcoming album "Love Yourself: Tear".
The visuals mostly features the BTS member and a group of dancers delivering a choreography which is inspired by contemporary interpretive dance. It begins with V dancing with a coathanger before the scene changes to show him dancing with the dancers.
At one point, the singer is seen strutting his stuff in a black room while white masks float around him. There is also a scene where V delivers the song in a room filled with flowers. The end of the clip finds the 22-year-old heartthrob putting one of the masks on his face as a black teardrop slides down.
The lyrics of the track itself appear to be inspired by the Greek myth of Narcissus, who fell in love with his own reflection. "I suddenly run to the lake/ There's my face in it," he croons over the jazzy melody. "But in the end spring will come someday/ The ice will melt and float away/ Tell me if my voice isn't real."
Prior to this, the group unveiled a nine-minute video titled "Euphoria: Theme of Love Yourself Wonder". After disturbing scenes that see blood, fired, fights, drowning and hospital patients, the video finds the members of the group laughing, running, jumping and goofing around with one another.
"Love Yourself: Tear" will be released on May 18. Following the album's release, BTS will hit the stage at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards in addition to being nominated for Top Social Artist Award. They will also visit "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on May 25. Rumor has it, they are scheduled to perform a track called "Fake Love" during their appearance on the show.