Released today (May 2) as the lead track on her re:BLUE ROSE EP, “4:44” is a sweeping pop ballad that dabbles into electro-pop rockery as Park expressively relays the despondent feelings of longing for a lover, while Wheein joins her for a soulful duet bridge.
The new single was released through a music video that is overwhelming in its state of blue sadness, and focuses on the sorrow of both Park and another woman. However, it parallels the sad feelings with scenes of Park coming into her own, blooming as an artist as she performs with a band atop of a building’s rooftop.
Like her most recent single “Spring,” “4:44” is produced by Brave Brothers, while Red Cookie and Maboos are credited as co-writers.
re:BLUE Rose is an extended edition of Park’s March release Spring, and features both of that album’s b-sides “My Lover” and “Shameful” along with two new, alternate versions of the original title track. One is a reggae-inspired version featuring collaborator, and former 2NE1 bandmate, Sandara Park, while the other is a solo ballad rendition of “Spring.”
Watch the music video for Park Bom’s “4:44” here: