[MHN Park Haebin reporter / translated by Jung Halim] Group Seventeen revealed the highlight medley for their special album '; [Semicolon]' for the first time.
On October 13th, agency Pledis Entertainment uploaded the highlight medley for '; [Semicolon]' on their social media channels, revealing parts of the album for the first time.
The highlight medley video shows parts of '; [Semicolon]', expressing a Seventeen specific retro mood, and each member's visual flair, from their flamboyant colors and chemistry, made people rewatch the video over and over.
The title track 'HOME;RUN' is a retro swing track, and its refreshing and impactful sound gives an exhilarating experience, strengthening Seventeen's youthful identity. Woozi participated in the composition and the writing of the song, while Vernon and Seungkwan also participated in the writing.
Following was the song 'Do Re Mi', which sends Seungkwan, Vernon, and Dino's message to youth about easy thinking when at a crossroads, and The8, Mingyu, and 'HEY BUDDY', DK's youthful friend finding journey with a retro funk feel.
There's also 'Light a Flame', Jun, Hoshi, Wonwoo, and Woozi's Latin and bosanova track about someone who has taken residence in their heart, and 'AH!LOVE', which has S.Coops, Jeonghan, and Joshua add a rhythmical sound to an acid jazz foundation.
The poster, also revealed through social media, has fans guessing what the LP and tagline really means in the context of the album, and along with the official photo and tracklist, the heat of the comeback is becoming fiercer.
With their last project 'Heng:garæ' becoming a million seller, and their second Japanese EP being certified platinum in the country, it remains to be see how they will continue to break their records with the upcoming special album.
Seventeen will release their special album '; [Semicolon]' on October 19th 6 p.m. KST.
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