But the most entertaining parts come in the second verse, kicked off when leader Zico doles out his rap section while chilling alongside a humongous ostrich. Apparently the gigantic birds are brilliant co-stars with the 21-year-old free to touch, pet and spit rhymes at the beast. The video moves into an infomercial-like section where the guys hawk $199 "Her" laundry detergent – that's really a Tide bottle with the signature orange-and-blue label replaced.
The clip takes a musical break for an adorable talk-show interview section where Zico chats about the group's "cute" concept for this new single. Block B finishes up the video playing the talk show's guests, backing band and performers.
With elements of '60s surf-pop and gospel choirs, "Her" is a lighter, sonic side of Block B compared to their recent, in-your-face releases like "Jackpot" and "Very Good." Fans have been eagerly awaiting Block B's return after April's "Jackpot" and its coinciding promotions were cancelled when the video was revealed a day before South Korea's Sewol ferry tragedy that halted the K-pop industry. "Jackpot" was released stateside last week and is said to appear, alongside "Her," on Block B's forthcoming, six-track EP.