GFriend look for the “Sunrise” in new single

From their latest full-length, ‘Time for Us.’

K-pop girl group GFriend have released their latest single, “Sunrise,” alongside a full-length album Time for Us.

Featuring twinkling synths, dramatic violins and amazing harmonization, the track finds the girl group delivering pop perfection. “Sunrise” starts off sparse, but builds to a fever pitch when the orchestra enters and swells during the chorus. A key change kicks in after the bridge and the song ends with a satisfying high note from the group’s lead vocalist, Eunha.

The accompanying video finds GFriend looking forlorn while playing a piano in the forest, wandering the streets and sitting around at home. The clip also opens with a monologue from Umji: “I had a dream yesterday. Even though our time together was short, we were not separated from each other.”

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Time for Us is the group’s second LP, which features 13 tracks, including a Korean version of their Japanese single “Memoria.” The group’s debut full-length, LOL, was released back in 2016.

Watch the video for “Sunrise” below:

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And stream Time for Us here:

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