It’s been a busy week for BTS. After performing at the American Music Awards and covering Esquire’s winter issue this week, the boy band dropped by The Late Late Show with James Corden to perform their latest single “Life Goes On.”
RM, J-Hope, Jimin, Jin, Jungkook, V, and Suga kicked off the holiday cheer by gathering around the Christmas tree. As the boys perform, the cameraman shows new scenes with different band members. At one point, RM can be seen in a room with rain and an umbrella. The group traded in their regular top-notch choreography to show off their impressive acting skills.
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In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Jin opened up about the meaning of their new song. “We hope that fans can find comfort in this track,” he said.
The group gave similar thoughts about their lead single ‘Dynamite,’ which topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart. For their Esquire cover story, RM revealed that the current COVID-19 pandemic was a source of inspiration.
“I don’t think this album will have any songs that criticize social issues,” he said. “Everybody is going through very trying times right now. So I don’t think there will be any songs that will be that aggressive. ‘Dynamite’ wouldn’t be here if there was no COVID-19. For this song, we wanted to go easy and simple and positive. Not some, like, deep vibes or shadows. We just wanted to go easy.”
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