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Watch THE RAMPAGE From EXILE TRIBE's Lively Dance in New 'Fandango' Video

The Rampage from Exile Tribe
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THE RAMPAGE from EXILE TRIBE

J-pop vocal and dance group <a href="/music/the-rampage-from-exile-tribe">THE RAMPAGE from EXILE TRIBE</a> dropped the music video for their fifth single, "Fandango."

In the video, the 16 members dance to a reggaeton-infused number in what appears to be an abandoned warehouse stacked with old television sets. True to the concept of "digital campfire," bonfires and torches add spark to the visuals along with the colorful images displayed on the numerous TV screens.

"Fandango" either refers to a kind of lively dance or "tomfoolery," and the dynamic choreography expressing the meaning of the title is by the youngest member of the team, 19-year-old Takuma Goto. The result is possibly the most energetic dance routine the group has ever performed.

"The song has the phrase 'Dance freely, sing freely' in it," he says, "so I tried not to think of anything too complicated and kept the performance big and daring, and above all, enjoyable and passionate." 

THE RAMPAGE from EXILE TRIBE's "Fandango" is set for release April 25. Watch the video here:
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