K-pop rock band CNBLUE has revealed the music video for the new title tune of their first full-length Japanese album, “CODE NAME BLUE.”
The group unleashed the music video for “Time is over” online Tuesday, which is about three weeks before dropping the record on August 29. [Please check the video HERE]
The four members have shown their manly look in the video featuring four members’ jam session in a studio.
“I’ve put in a lot of special efforts because the song is listed in our first-ever studio album in Japan. I hope the song touches the hearts of people who need our music and refresh them,” CNBLUE’s leader Jung Yong-hwa, the song’s composer and writer, was quoted as saying.
Including tunes in “CODE NAME BLUE,” Jung has wrote a total of 17 songs this year so far, including his labelmates Juniel’s “Stupid” and girl group AOA’s “Love is only you.”
More surprisingly, the talented group’s “One Time” was used for the background music of American channel WPSD-TV’s morning news program Local 6 last Friday.
While a reporter delivered the news about American national team winning gold medal in the 2012 London Olympics, the song raised more excitement with CNBLUE’s strong guitar sounds.
“One Time,” the rocking title tune of their first Japanese single “The Way,” was released on June of 2010, and the Korean version was listed in the first domestic full-length album “FIRST STEP” dropped on March of 2011.