Monsta X introspective and melancholic in “ONE DAY”, their new song recorded in English

The South Korean musical group Monsta X continues to conquer the US market, one of the most important in the music industry. Recently the boy band made up of Shown, Minhyuk, Kihyun, Hyungwon, Joohoney e I.M., they launched their new song completely in English “ONE DAY”.

It is a bittersweet and beautiful song at the same time, about the lost love and introspection that happens once a final breakup is made. A part of the new single from Monsta X dice:

Holding my breath and then I count to ten

Towards the following, that’s what my mother said

All my friends, they never liked you

But they never knew you like me

They say hindsight is 20/20

Maybe I, maybe I’ll see you one day

One day, one day, I will

Yeah I wish I could have made you love me

Maybe I, maybe I will feel it someday

One day, one day, I will

But right now I’m drunk, right now I’m lost

Spilling my guts to the ghost in our apartment

Mmm, they say hindsight is 20/20

Maybe I, maybe I’ll see you somedayOne day, one day, I will

Prior to the release of “ONE DAY”, Monsta X had made the message of their new musical release very clear. A teaser image read the following: “I wish you the best with someone new, but they will never love you like me.”

Through a statement from Starship Entertainment (agency that launched and represents the K-Pop band), Kihyun commented: “It has been a long time since we released a song in English, to release this song, we have had a lot of support and help from many others, I would like to give my most sincere thanks “.

Likewise, the young Idol said that due to the Covid-19 pandemic, they could not see MONBEBE from other countries: “however, they have always been light and energy for us, a special thanks to our MONBEBE. Please give a lot of love to ‘ONE┬áDAY‘and look forward to our new songs coming out in the near future. “

In the MV we see the six members of MONSTA X perform in several rooms of an empty house, this introspective and melancholic song, contemplating a romantic relationship that went wrong. Broken glassware suspended in midair, flickering televisions, scattered rose petals, clock fronts surround each person, reminding them of moments when they are in the process of understanding and abandonment.

It is worth mentioning that the song and the MV were recorded before Shownu enlisted for mandatory military service.

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