BTS finally released the music video for their latest track “Fire” yesterday (May 1).
The visuals for are edgy, but have a colorful, more playful vibe than their previous videos. The choreography is amazing, the boys fashion sense is on point, and of course, everything is set on fire. Cars, people, bicycles, buildings… nothing is safe. There’s even a scene where the seven-member group substitute a turntable for a gas stove!
Honestly, I’m surprised BTS didn’t actually set something on fire while they were shooting this. Like themselves for example.
“Fire” will be featured on the group’s compilation album, The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever, which has already sold over 300,000 in pre-sales alone. Young Forever is the last installment of their HwaYangYeonHwa trilogy, and will include songs from the first two EPs, as well as five new songs.
There will also be three music videos to promote the new album. “Epilogue: Young Forever” was the first one to be released, and it’s rumored that the track “Save Me” will get its own video.