Cherry Bullet have premiered the music video for their newest single, ‘Love In Space’.
In the elegant visual, the septet performs the choreography for their latest release in front of a birthday party venue. The scene later cuts to the girls dressed in sparkling cocktail dresses, following around a black cat. “Across time / Beyond another universe / I see you, love in space, space, space,” the group sing on the chorus.
‘Love In Space’ is a cut from Cherry Bullet’s second mini-album, ‘Cherry Wish’, which was released at the same time as the music video for the song. The septet’s latest record will portray a “dreamy image” of the group, according to FNC W, the group’s management agency.
‘Cherry Wish’ is the follow-up to the group’s debut mini-album, ‘Cherry Rush’, which was released last year. That mini-album featured the hit track ‘Love So Sweet’. Cherry Bullet debuted in 2019 with single album ‘Let’s Play Cherry Bullet’.
In other K-pop news, STAYC member Isa has revealed she shot an arrow at someone by accident while filming the music video for ‘RUN2U’, the girl group’s latest single. “I did shoot [the arrow] for real [and] I even got callouses [on my hand],” the idol revealed.
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