K-pop group Dreamcatcher ready for summer holidays


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Girl group Dreamcatcher held an online media showcase Friday to promote its latest EP, 'Summer Holiday'. – Photo: Dreamcatcher Company

Girl group Dreamcatcher held an online media showcase Friday to promote its latest EP, Summer Holiday.

It has been six months since the band wrapped up its Dystopia series with Dystopia: Road To Utopia, and the musicians are enjoying a breather before they embark on a new narrative.

“We’ve prepared special new songs to let InSomnias all over the world feel cool just by listening to them,” said Gahyun, referring to the band’s official fandom.

The track BEcause mixes the group’s signature metal rock sounds with those of string instruments, and deals with obsession and a desire for love.

“It expresses how love has gotten out of hand and become obsession,” explained Dami, “and borders on occult as our voices blend with string sounds.”

The bandmates compared the EP to a horror movie fit for a scorching summer, and Handong added that they would like to keep listeners from feeling the heat with their unique songs. – The Korea Herald/Asia News Network



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