K-pop boyband NU’EST have made their long-awaited comeback with Happily Ever After, their first release in nearly three years.
The diverse six-track EP is a welcome return from the five-piece outfit. The opening track “Segno” starts off as a piano-led ballad before diving into its synth-heavy chorus. On the other hand, the group draws on R&B for lead single “Bet Bet,” a slinky pop track that includes a catchy whistle refrain. They also experiment with EDM on “Fine,” which makes use of reverb and a hollow beat drop to create an atmospheric soundscape.
A video for “Bet Bet” accompanied the project’s release. In the clip, the boyband are the subjects of a glamorous queen who pits the members against one another to compete for her love. Scenes of the group’s sleek choreography are spliced throughout the visual.
Watch the video for “Bet Bet” here:
And stream Happily Ever After below: