K-pop group Lumious wants to console listeners with music


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  • Sunday, 23 Jan 2022

Boy band Luminous held an online showcase to put out its second EP 'Self n Ego' earlier this week. – Photo: Barunson WIP Entertainment

Boy band Luminous held an online showcase to put out its second EP Self n Ego earlier this week.

There are many artistes coming out with new music this month, but they would rather not follow the trend that tends to be fancy or catchy, and base their music on solid ambience, said Woobin. This EP goes deeper than their debut EP, making listeners think, he added.

“When you are down, someone’s consolation or sympathy can give you great strength. Such feelings, I believe, are what our music gives,” said Suil, underlining the message of the EP.

The new album looks at the confusion and agony between the real self and the ego that one carefully crafts, like a mask. And the focus track All Eyes Down sings of hope but at the same time questions the false hope one might hold deep inside.

“With this album, we are hoping that we’d rank among the top 50 on the charts,” said Steven. He added that the group will try to prepare for an international tour. – The Korea Herald/Asia News Network

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