The ‘Solely You’ cowl was executed in collaboration with MUPLY, a Ok-pop manufacturing home, and was uploaded to its official YouTube channel earlier as we speak (December 29). The duvet was additionally a part of MUPLY’s Ply Arts Excessive College collection of movies, the place varied Ok-pop artists and acts are invited to carry out tune covers upon the identical stage, set as much as resemble a highschool auditorium. Different artists beforehand invited as a part of the collection embody VIVIZ, LE SSERAFIM, SEVENTEEN’s Jun and extra.
Within the clip, the six members of STAYC carry out each a dance and vocal cowl of the traditional monitor reside, up on the identical stage decked in winter and Christmas-themed decorations. The group’s tackle ‘Solely You’ largely stays true to the unique tune by Miss A.
STAYC final launched music earlier this 12 months in July with the ‘We Want Love’ single album. The four-track document was led by title monitor ‘Lovely Monster’, with the three remaining songs being ‘I Like It’, ‘Love’ and a TAK remix of the woman group’s earlier title monitor ‘RUN2U’. The unique ‘RUN2U’ was launched because the lead single of their their February mini-album ‘YOUNG-LUV.COM’.
All 4 tracks on ‘We Want Love’ had been written and composed by hitmakers Black Eyed Pilseung, frequent STAYC collaborator Jeon Goon, and producers Rado and Flyt. Black Eyed Pilseung additionally act as executives at STAYC’s label Excessive Up Leisure.
In a blended three-star overview of ‘We Want Love’, NME’s Tanu I. Raj criticised the woman group for taking part in it protected on the album. “Regardless of the person strengths of its songs, ‘We Want Love’ leaves a lot to be desired as a complete. It appears to be lacking not solely the aforementioned experimental streak STAYC have turn out to be synonymous with, but additionally complexity within the story they construct.”
They continued: “But when it is a segue into one other period, it’s a transition STAYC have made with out the curiosity and full disregard for the foundations that characterised their earlier materials.”