The girl group work at a car wash, lick frosting off their lips and shake their bums for a sweet, summery single
Girl's Day found a resurgence in popularity after uprooting its cute image for a sexy one last year. But the girl group has found a way to reconcile their early, sunny stylings with their signature sexuality in new summer single "Darling."
"Darling" incorporates a modern, jazz-pop sound (similar Secret's "I Do I Do") that blends peppy piano, shimmering strings and brassy horns blasts. The happy-go-lucky, doo-wop sound could easily soundtrack a sunshine-filled day at the beach or pool making the mid-summer release timing rather perfect.