Rocket Punch is Back With YELLOW PUNCH Expressing 6 girls’ Glamorous Runway

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Rocket Punch is back with YELLOW PUNCH expressing 6 girls’ glamorous runway.

Rocket Punch releases 4th mini album “YELLOW PUNCH” on February 28 after a 9-month break since "BLUE PUNCH" released in August 2020.  Rocket Punch is ready to surge with chic and confident energy... Charming return with YELLOW PUNCH Group Rocket Punch (Yeonhee, Juri, Suyun, Yunkyeong, Sohee, Dahyun) unveils the glamorous runway through their new album, 9 months after their latest release.

Rocket Punch greets their global fans on the 28th, 6 PM (KST) with their 4th mini album “YELLOW PUNCH”, available on various music streaming platform. As the fourth series of Rocket Punch’s ‘COLOR COLLECTION’, “YELLOW PUNCH” is inspired from the fact that yellow is the color that is closest to light. The main idea of the album is runway, the place where models walk confidently under the spotlight.

The title song from “YELLOW PUNCH” is ‘CHIQUITA’, an uptempo dance tune that mixes 80s disco and euro dance, with vintage synthesizer and analog instruments. The honest lyrics show off Rocket Punch’s chic and confident energy, while also being ear catchy with the addictive hook.

Through their music video Rocket Punch show their upgraded visuals, which is showing their both cool and energetic charms at the same time. Rocket Punch’s upgraded performance in “YELLOW PUNCH“ is the main point that will make this release their best comeback.

Check out the MV here

Including ‘CHIQUITA’, “YELLOW PUNCH” contains 6 songs from different genres; the intro with the same name with the album ‘YELLOW PUNCH’, ‘In My World’, ‘Red Balloon’, ‘Yesterday, More than Tomorrow’, and ‘LOUDER’; showing Rocket Punch’s vast music spectrum and their musical growth.

Listen to "YELLOW PUNCH" on Apple Music 

Source: MJ Tonz Entertainment

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Ciera Reeves

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