The girl group take a cue from Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" in their latest Japanese release.
K-pop girl group After School releases its new single for the Japanese market, "Heaven," on Wednesday (Oct. 2). After snagging a Top 10 K-Pop Hot 100 hit with the R&B-pop jam "First Love," the octet is going to the disco with a new J-pop single.
Embellished with Nile Rodgers-esque guitar riffs, sizzling snares and dramatic violin licks, the girls showcase their knack for harmonies on the verses before the catchy chorus. One can hear influences of the production Daft Punk's U.S. No. 2 hit "Get Lucky" in the track too; though, no Vocoder-enhanced vocals. Just lyrics translating to racy pillow talk cooing that love-making sessions are like "heaven."