Already with an important fanbase, ASTRO has been aggressively promoted, with a webdrama, show off tours, fan meetings, and a fact show. The rookie teamis composed of Yoon San Ha, MJ, Cha Eun Woo, Moon Bin, Rocky and Jin Jin. The call of the crowdapproach "star" in Spanish. Loversmay begladto understand that fairlyamong the songs they heard in the drama have made it onto the album, so you have already got a flavor of what they sound like. Get in a position for the overall 'Spring Up' meal.
A neat little electropop tune, containing probably the mosttopics carried over into their tunes, significantly "Hide & Seek." It is an intro and, of course, quite short.
A fun, uptempo tune, the name track could also be the banger of the album. The song just screams "enjoy yourself," yet 1 own a couple quibbles:
1) there is asection which is cribbed immediately from a grade faculty taunt: "nanny nanny boo boo," and
2) the rap at 2 mins in turns out tacked on, entire alongside a other melody.
These things were jarring at first, but the song's so catchy I were givenstuck up in it and the issues disappeared. The 2d one rap is goingappropriateat the aspect of the music and is fire. The song itself is set how much they prefera womanwho is caught their eye.
A sweeping ballad, midtempo in some parts, with a pounding beat and decidedly optimistic. Lyrically it deals with first love and the emotions that cross reach in hand with a breakup. But they areno longer morose, in its place grateful. It is abeautiful piece, each and every boy's voice lending emotional weight to the song.
A forgedcomfortable rock tune about how they're in love with a woman and they love waking up in the morning with her. This song is catchy and soothing at the similar time, with a strumming guitar that turns electric right through the refrain and actually makes it all work.
A playful song, mild and poppy, the easiest melody to kick off your spring. The lads audio like they're having heaps of amusing with this song, although the production is still flawless. I admire the artful lyrics: "Even with your not-so-funny jokes, I am already midway head over heels with you," and, "What did you devour that made you so beautiful?"A just right way to finish the EP.
This is an excellent debut. The songs are catchy, but even have asureadulthood and fullness to them. I did notlocate any filler either, although the English is still a bit of awkward. The boys wrote their rap parts, too. I truly like it. The concept that is a bright and pleased springtime album, and this EP does conjure up some fairlysensible feels.
The boys of ASTRO snare a girl with their authentic charms in "Hide and Seek!"
This is a lovely MV. The scene is determined in two places: a library and a few basement where the boys are cleaning. The lady has piles of books to deal with, but wait! What is that? She looks over and sees ASTRO, and they are besidescapable of see her, but it be simply a window into the other's world. They take off, and she tries to follow. There are adorable scenes where she's ready to do anything in her international that finally ends up having a funny effect in their universe as well. There is a twist finishing that brought a grin to my face.
The cloth cabinet is pretty properly done. The woman is in student garb and looks studious but worn down via having to hit the books. The participants are draped in bright colours of blue and white hues. Of course, when they're now not dancing, they're at school uniforms as well.
The dancing used to be spot on. Drops and kicks and twirls, they knocked this component out of the park. They're manifestlyneatly trained as dancers, and it shows. Even if they're joking around it's still fun to watch.
I like how this is decided up. I have notobserved a thought like this in quite awhile, where the band and the affectionpastime are separated by universes, and she's able to look them bestvia a 2 dimensional frame. Highly original, and its great how they brought this back and made it a section of the story, in position of something that occurs in the background as a piece of neat CGI. Whilst not elaborate, the talebecomeappealing enough, and now I would like a part 2.
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