AHEAD OF THE RELEASE of their forthcoming album, K-Pop monster group ATEEZ gets up close and personal with their latest release “Turbulence.”
The coming-of-age pop anthem blends ATEEZ’s vocal mastery and lyricism as the group explores the pivotal point in every youngster’s life, where anxiety and emptiness cloud their senses. While the lyrics explore these emotions at a nuanced level, the soundscape of “Turbulence”—driven by the percussion-string arrangement— lights a flame of hope in the minds of the listeners, with the message that one must learn to power through all the hardships in life.
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