Block B Call Out to Their Lover to Stay in “Don’t Leave” Music Video
Posted on 14 January 2018
Block B are back! On January 8, Block B revealed their new music video for “Don’t Leave”, the lead single of their sixth mini album repackage “Re:MONTAGE”. Block B’s “Don’t Leave” music video got a combined total of more than 631,000 views on YouTube in less than 24 hours.
The music video for “Don’t Leave” opens up with Block B at an empty beach, at a vacant store, at a deserted hall with a piano, a quiet city street, and more, reminiscing on the precious moments they shared with a past lover. Block B sing together at a bus terminal for a while, before going on their separate ways, with the memories always on their mind.
Block B’s new single “Don’t Leave” is an emotional pop-rock song about missing one’s special someone and feeling deep regret at how things turned out. Block B’s sixth repackaged mini album “Re:MONTAGE” includes a total of eight songs: lead single “Don’t Leave”, Jaehyo’s solo “At Last”, and U-Kwon’s solo “Everythin’” are the three new songs, while “My Zone”, previous single “Shall We Dance”, “One Way”, “Like This”, and B-Bomb’s solo “Give & Take” are from the original album.
Block B’s previous comeback happened last November, with their sixth original mini album “Montage”. In the music video for the lead single “Shall We Dance”, Block B hit the streets in a cool new ride, dance fearlessly by the windows of an apartment complex, and get the whole neighborhood moving by day and grooving by night.
Check out Block B’s new music video for “Don’t Leave” now:
Listen to the songs on Block B’s new album “Re:MONTAGE”, too: