Gfriend Go On An Adventure in Outer Space in “Fingertip” Music Video
Posted on 08 March 2017
Gfriend are back! On March 6, Gfriend unveiled their music video for “Fingertip”, along with their new mini album “The Awakening”. In their new video, Gfriend look like they’re on a mission, as they explore the galaxy and a handful of fantasy worlds. The rookie girl group also show a sharper and more mature side this time around, compared to their previous energetic and youthful concepts.
In the “Fingertip” music video, Gfriend do lots of fun and surprising things in space – like checking out a room with a view of the universe, getting in a car chase on the surface of a planet while shooting plastic plasma guns, wondering where they landed as they look around by a door in the woods, and more. In between the exciting scenes of the story, Gfriend present their polished and on-point dance moves – on a rooftop in the midst of the stars, as well as inside a crystal chamber-like dance set.
Gfriend’s latest music video for “Fingertip” achieved more than two million views within 24 hours of its release. “Fingertip” is a pop song with a more retro sound, blending in lots of synths and funk. It looks like it got its name from the finger gun-like moves of Gfriend’s new choreography. Their fourth mini album, “The Awakening”, includes six new songs - “Hear the Wind Sing”, lead single “Fingertip”, “Contrail”, “Please Save My Earth”, “Rain in the Spring Time”, and “Crush”.
Gfriend are one of the fastest rising rookie girl groups in the scene. They’re also from a promising newer and smaller record label, Source Music. Gfriend debuted in January 2015 with “Glass Bead” from their first mini album “Season of Glass”, and quickly became popular for their more old school and classic girl group sound, that continued with their succeeding singles - “Me Gustas Tu”, “Rough”, and “Navillera”.
Check out Gfriend’s new music video for “Fingertip” now:
Listen to the songs on Gfriend’s new album “The Awakening” now: