MONSTA X Releases 'Newtroland' OST Music Video
Monsta X swept the hearts away of their beloved Monbebes as the all-boy group made known their 'Newtroland' show official soundtrack' music video titled 'Reckless.' The music video was dropped on August 2 (Sunday) at TWO TUCK GOM's official Youtube channel, which is also the label where their web show aired.
The South Korean sextet looked more dashing and handsome as they each wore suits in various colors. The candid music video went on with all six lads fooling around cheekily with their "mannerisms and cute choreography," Hellokpop reported. The video also allowed the fans to peek at 'Newtroland's' content through snippets, showcasing the most fun moments of the upcoming show.
'Reckless' is purposely made to match Monsta X's new show's theme, a mixture of modern and classic styles. The track carries the "new wave synth-pop genre" that tags along in an e-drum retro-style beat accompanied by "bright synth riffs."
Furthermore, the lyrics of 'Reckless' value friendship no matter what, bringing the real message that no matter how reckless a friend/s are, they will remain friends.
"No matter what happens, we'll never let it go / I'll never let go (I won't miss you)," part of the lyric's sings.
In another report by Hellokpop, Monsta X's 'Newtroland' was confirmed by the sextet on June 29. The web show is under TWOTUCKGOM, who also worked with Monsta X in the past. The label also produced and released the group's previous music videos like 'Breathe For You' and 'Here We Are.'
'Newtroland' will air on the labels' official Youtube Channel that bottles up seven episodes. New episodes will be uploaded every Tuesday and Friday.
Meanwhile, Monsta X is gearing up for their forthcoming online concert entitled 'Monsta X Live – From Seoul With Luv.' The show will take over LiveXLive's website for the live streaming on August 9 at precisely noon KST.
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