IZ*ONE Yearn for Eternal Love in New Japanese Single 'Vampire': Watch the Music Video

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IZ*ONE, "Vampire"

Girl group IZ*ONE want to have a bite of love in their new single "Vampire." 

Ringing in Halloween early, the K-pop/J-pop hybrid act’s third Japanese single arrived Thursday and will precede the Sept. 25 release of a five-track album, also called Vampire.

The group shared the beguiling track through a music video set in a majestic castle, where the 12 members sing and dance about wanting to be a “Vampire” so they can turn a love they long for into an invulnerable one. “If I can be a vampire, I want to bite (that throat)/ Vampire[s] know each other more than a kiss,” they sing dulcetly along to the dramatic instrumentals, all the while donning elegant looks and, later in the song, baring their vampiric fangs. 

IZ*ONE most previously released “Buenos Aires,” another Japanese single, in June. They appeared at KCON 2019 Los Angeles last month, where they performed many of their songs, including their 2018 hit debut single “La Vie En Rose.” 

Watch the music video for IZ*ONE’s “Vampire” below. 

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