This news is for the BTS army. BTS released their new music for 2021, a Japanese song called ‘Film Out’. It is a bittersweet song about someone’s memory.
BTS has had a super successful year in 2020. This is their first release of 2021. BTS, – Jungkook, Suga, Jimin, V, RN, J-Hope, and Jin – have released ‘Film Out’. This is their first single from their upcoming album BTS, The Best. This ballad will transport you into a world of feelings. This is a sensational video that translates with visuals and jumps between landscapes.
This video has left the BTS Army feeling very emotional. A fan tweeted, “THIS IS SO SAD. THE MEANING PORTRAYED IN THE MUSIC VIDEO. HOW SEOKJIN WAS LEFT IN THE END AS THE CAMERA FADED OUT. HOW THE SCENARIOS CORRESPONDED TO THE LYRICS. EVERYTHING IS SO BEAUTIFUL.” While another fan wrote, “Film out MV ,In the same time sad,emotional, warm, healing. This song is really amazing the story ,lyrics , music, acting , set, and the high tones.”
As per Billboard, this song “Film Out” was written with band Back Number. This song is set to appear as the ending theme for the Japanese Movie, Signal The Movie Cold Case Investigation Unit. This movie will premiere on April 2. The group also posted the tracklisting for BTS, The Best. It will be a two-disc set which will include “Black Swan,” the Japanese Verison of “Fake Love,” “DNA,” “Boy with Luv,” which was their collab with Halsey, and Disc 1 will have a bonus track “Dynamite” which was their U.S. Billboard Hot 100 top hit song.
“Dynamite” was the group’s first fully recorded song in English. It earned them a Grammy nod in the Best Pop Duo category. It was their first No. 1 U.S. Single. It was also the first time a South Korean act topped the Hot 100. It was released as a standalone single but was later packaged as the group’s fifth Korean Langauge album called Be.
Before this song was released, BTS shared its experiences with racial discrimination as anti-Asian violence has been on the rise in the United States. BTS released a statement saying, “We send our deepest condolences to those who have lost their loved ones. We feel grief and anger. We recall moments when we faced discrimination as Asians. We have endured expletives without reason and were mocked for the way we look. We were even asked why Asians spoke in English.”
The band further said, “We cannot put into words the pain of becoming the subject of hatred and violence for such a reason. Our own experiences are inconsequential compared to the events that have occurred over the past few weeks. But these experiences were enough to make us feel powerless and chip away our self-esteem. What is happening right now cannot be dissociated from our identity as Asians. It required considerable time for us to discuss this carefully, and we contemplated deeply on how we should voice our message. But what our voice must convey is clear. We stand against racial discrimination. We condemn violence. You, I, and we have the right to be respected. We will stand together.”