GFRIEND Release Music Video for Japanese Song 'Flower': Watch

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GFRIEND, "FLOWER"

K-pop girl group GFRIEND returned today (March 3) with the whimsical new music video for their Japanese single “Flower.”

An orchestral dance-pop track with bright synths and a Latin pop flair courtesy of a Tango-inspired post-choral dance break, “Flower” is the group's second single of 2019, following January's "Sunrise," which was released in Japanese in February.

The music video for “Flower” features the six women of GFRIEND in a fairytale-feeling series of sets, with floral lattice work and stained glass windows everywhere. They perform the track's spritely choreography in bright, summery dresses and modern takes on uniforms, emulating the song’s strong but sweet feel.  

The group's single album, also named Flower, will be released on March 13 and feature a b-side, "Beautiful."

Watch GFRIEND’s “Flower” here:

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