Monsta X Search to 'Find You' in New Music Video

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Monsta X, "Find You"

It’s almost been two years since Monsta X released their angst-filled, mysterious music video for “Dramarama,” and now the K-pop septet’s latest music video has helped shed light on some of the events that were featured back then. In the new video for “Find You,” out Tuesday (Oct. 22), the backstory is relayed, while showing the bond between the members.

The airy synth-pop ballad of "Find You" sets the tone for the music video, with the storyline bolstered by the sweet, reflective tones of Monsta X. As the song begins, Hyungwon is seen getting in a car with his parents, only to get into an accident. While members sing, sans instrumentals, Hyungwon is seen lying on the ground, injured, before being brought to a hospital. The tune picks up again with melancholic vocals, before revealing that Hyungwon's parents died in the car accident, and he is alone.

As the song progresses, Hyungwon turns inward and is seen taking medication, while his friends come to hang out with him, seemingly to cheer him up. As the six other men slumber, Hyungwon looks at his father's watch and then goes missing and is seen drowning in water. The watch, an apparent time-travel device, has appeared in prior music videos of Monsta X, and scenes from 2017's "Dramarama" flash over the scene, as a voice-over promises the fate will bring them together in the future.

The music video for “Find You” precedes the upcoming release of Monsta X’s upcoming Follow: Find You EP, which is set to arrive on Oct. 28. It is unknown whether the track “Follow” will also continue the plotline through a music video. 

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