SUPER JUNIOR Returns Finally with the 9th Regular Album, ‘Time_Slip’, on October 14th!
SUPER JUNIOR is done with about 10 years of hiatus due to military duties and back with the ninth regular album.
Immense attention is drawn to SUPER JUNIOR as they will be releasing all songs of the ninth regular album, ‘Time_Slip’ through various online music sites such as Melon, FLO, Genie, iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, QQ Music, Kugou Music, and Kuwo Music on October 14th at 6 p.m.
Above all, this album is expected to draw eyes and ears of global music fans with more affluent contents on the ‘time slip’ theme which appears across the album. Like ‘time slip’ which takes a random journey through time, fans will be able to feel the ‘newtro’ charms which combines ‘Newness’ and ‘Retro’ from the ninth regular album, ‘Time_Slip.’
From the remake of Kim Won Jun’s ‘Show’ to the pop-dance title song, ‘SUPER Clap’!
#Time Slip #Newtro with SUPER JUNIOR
SUPER JUNIOR’s clear ‘time slip’ concept can be also found in the musical aspect of the new album. They remade Kim Won Jun’s ‘Show’ which enjoyed enormous popularity during the 1990’s and styled various music genres including medium tempo, pop, and dance with SUPER JUNIOR’s own color.
First, the title song, ‘Super Clap’, is a pop-dance song that constantly adds layers of clapping sounds and brass sounds on top of a fast beat to create bright and fun up-tempo rhythm. SUPER JUNIOR’s unique cheerful mood can be felt along with the cheerful message suggesting everyone to blow away all worries and anxieties through claps.
Also, high quality music such as ‘The Crown’ which tells a story about how SUPER JUNIOR became who they are today, ‘I Think I’ which compared the time spent together to dance, ‘Game’ which comes with the lively lyrics about the race to win her, and ‘Somebody New’ which is a medium tempo song delivering the message of hope capture the ears of listeners.
Other tracks include ‘Skydive’ which is an electropop song, ‘Heads Up’ which is a future bass based down tempo song that shows a glimpse of the 1990’s mood, ‘Stay with Me’ which gives the bubbly feeling with repeated synth chord sound, ‘No Drama’ which features warm melody and piano sound, and ‘Show’ which is the remake that interprets ‘Show’ by the solo singer Kim Won Jun. All ten tracks embrace the past, present, and future, perfectly reflecting the concept of SUPER JUNIOR’s ninth album; #time slip and #newtro concept.