K-pop octet ATEEZ — composed of Hongjoong, Seonghwa, Yunho, Yeosang, San, Mingi, Wooyoung, and Jongho — has once again put their musical and dancing chops on the spotlight as they released the performance version of their “Aurora” music video.
The melodious song is part of their latest EP, “Treasure EP.3: One to All.”
The video, which was unveiled by their agency KQ Entertainment on July 8, features the talented boys showing off sleek dance moves first under bright skies, then transitioning into a nighttime setting with dazzling aurora lights to boot.
Their latest visual offering well encapsulates the track’s dreamy and rosy vibes, whose lines revolve around being with someone who gives you a ray of hope and strength — like how the aurora lights offer unparalleled delight to its spectators.
Hongjoong, who is credited as a co-writer of the track, finds it fitting to dedicate “Aurora” to their loyal fans collectively called as ATINYs.
Back in May, the group showed their trust to their fans and engaged with them as they let them decide which will be the promotional single of their newest EP. Through rounds of voting in partnership with MyMusicTaste, “Wave” was chosen over the track “Illusion,” gathering nearly 53 percent votes.
Apart from the three abovementioned songs, “Treasure EP.3: One to All” also includes “Utopia,” “Crescent,” and “Dancing Like Butterfly Wings.” The offering, released in June this year, comes six months after they unveiled their EP, “Treasure EP.2: Zero to One.”
ATEEZ debuted on October 2018 with the first of their Treasure EP series titled “Treasure EP. 1: All to Zero.”
The rookie octet recently performed at the KCON 2019 NY, bringing their brand of music to the city of New York. Earlier this year, they embarked on their first tour called “The Expedition Tour,” which brought them to key cities in the United States, Europe, and Australia.
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