Falling Short of Expectations 0. This shows that they and their instruments are one. Instead of putting the boys on an unreachable plain, Nega Network is marketing them as humble artists who walk in public, shop in public, and sing in public. Despite the increased production value of their latest MV, it feels at most like a behind-the-scenes MV of a regular idol group in that it is far less produced than what one would expect from a K-pop MV. Their intelligible performances of their original English releases and covers are just another reason why they have gotten myself and many others singing along. Like YouTube artists, they perform covers of hit songs. Which one was your favorite?
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From the round of music shows that aired this past weekend, it seems that the boys will continue to abstain from them. The best part is that their ability to sing in English is more than passable. Will their MVs remain overly simplistic and stripped of excessive elements?
Lnuafly deliberate angst for a brighter future is very representative of the youthful optimism of the unknown underdog musician. The candid shots are few but they are rightfully spliced in between shots of the boys aimlessly wandering the streets of Osaka, striking meaningful poses, and performing next to a tree or in front of a live audience.
Exploring the Acoustic Aesthetic with Lunafly’s “Clear Day, Cloudy Day”
Since the success of most K-pop acts depends not only on obtaining a large enough fan base at home, but also internationally or rely mostly on their international fans as in the case of U-Kissreleasing material in English is of great service to international fans because it allows them to sing along to the songs. Instead, they choose to promote through holding live performances on the streets, in cafes, and in small venues. How the boys handle their second round of promotions will certainly be interesting to see.
As can be inferred from the title, the lyrics speak of overcoming the cloudy days of an uncertain present by looking ahead to the clearer skies of a more fruitful future. Since the debut of Lunafly, two other rookie boy bands have recently claer off their acoustic sides.
Thirdly, Lunafly emulates the YouTube artist persona through clea videos they release on their official YouTube channel. Although Sam is the only member fluent in English, the pronunciation of English lyrics by the other members is more impressive than one would expect from non-native speakers. This works for several reasons.
By releasing English versions of their songs, as opposed to the tendency of K-pop artists to release Japanese versions to focus on expanding into Japan, Lunafly is giving a larger part of the world greater access to their music. For Your Viewing Pleasure: Having once been nobodies themselves, each member can certainly relate lunaly the painful struggles they overcame to make it as idols.
LUNAFLY (루나플라이) – Clear Day, Cloudy Day (맑은 날 흐린 날)
No fancy, overly produced MVs accompanied by catchy choreography and flashy editing are needed. The Expansion Into Global Markets 2. As other male and possibly female?
Nevertheless, the MV works in propelling their relatable image of the common everyday artist. Charming in Pink 0. A Series of Cliches 0. As seen in the MV, some of the clips were shot by the members themselves holding a handheld device lunaflly their trip to and promotions in Japan.
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LUNAFLY (루나플라이) – Clear Day, Cloudy Day (맑은 날 흐린 날) – Color Coded Lyrics
The song itself is very similar to their previous releases. With the welcomed emergence of Lunafly and their authentic artist aesthetic, other male groups have been quick to reproduce their acoustic flair.
Do the boys of Lunafly have clear skies ahead of them, or will their bright future be clouded by the logjam of boy bands that have sprung up this year? Despite the increased production value of their latest MV, it feels at most like a behind-the-scenes MV of a regular idol group in that it is far less produced than what one would expect from a K-pop Lunafy.
Exploring the Acoustic Aesthetic with Lunafly’s “Clear Day, Cloudy Day” – seoulbeats
Perhaps what we like most about Lunafly is their unorthodox methods of promotion which culminate in their image of idol-artists. Like YouTube artists, they perform covers of hit songs. They speak for the voices of the hundreds if not thousands of starving artists who struggle to make a name for themselves, and the handful who actually have.
Furthermore, the members are always seen carrying or playing their instruments. Their intelligible performances of their original English releases and covers are just another reason why they have gotten myself and many others singing along. Secondly, Lunafly embodies the everyday artist appeal through their grass roots methods of promoting.
Falling Short of Expectations 0. Which one was your favorite?