K-Pop Group AB6IX Are 'Blind For Love' in Fiery New Video: Watch

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AB6IX, "Blind for Love" 

After arriving with the refreshing "Breathe" in May and more recently with a remix of Lizzo's "Truth Hurts," rookie K-pop boy band AB6IX returned today (Oct. 7) with their second original song “Blind For Love.”

A groovy deep house track that features the five members of the act singing about how they’re willing to give their all for love, AB6IX’s latest was co-written by member Lee Daehwi, while Lim Youngmin and Park Woojin wrote the lyrics for their rap portions of the song. 

“Blind For Love” was released alongside a music video that, like the song itself, features a more dramatic side to the group that feels like a seamless sonic maturation from their bright, airy debut single. Incorporating their sleek choreography and captivating cinematography, the music video is awash in red haze and impactful lighting as it features the members as they seduce the listeners with their gazes -- except when they're covered in blindfolds. 

The song fronts the group’s first full-length album 6IXENSE, also released today. Along with the new single, it features 10 other tracks. The members of AB6IX served as co-writers throughout the LP. 

Watch the music video for AB6IX’s “Blind For Love” below. 

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