VERIVERY is Back with EP Liminality - EP.DREAM

VERIVERY, has released their latest EP, Liminality - EP.DREAM on May 16. They have continued to rise in success since their previous release, Liminality - EP.LOVE, which garnered them a first-place win on MBC M’s ‘Show Champion’ along with various other awards.

In their previous release, Liminality - EP.LOVE, VERIVERY searched for one of the “Elements of Happiness”, love. Now in Liminality - EP.DREAM, each member embarks on their own journey towards making their dreams come true. VERIVERY showcases two different ways that they will take to reach their DREAM. ‘PLAY’ which emphasizes the happiness you feel in the moment, focuses on the current dream with the members being very energetic in a disordered space. While ‘PLAN’ emphasizes plans for the future, focuses on the members’ more sophisticated and sexy side. These dual sides are reflected in the music video, where their fans can see each member’s unique characteristics with both their free-spirited nature and dedicated passion. Though each member dreams in their own space, they all come together in the end to achieve their common goal of chasing their dreams.

Music Video for 'Crazy Like That' 

Liminality - EP.DREAM includes five new tracks, the title track “Crazy Like That”, “JUICY JUICY”, “Raincoat” and “Smile With You (   )”. “Crazy Like That” is a pop song that interprets the industrial techno and UK garage genres. The lyrics describe the passionate drive toward one’s dream. “JUICY JUICY” is a hip-hop and R&B track with a charming composition that expresses the feeling of your heart fluttering as ‘juicy’. “Raincoat” is another hip-hop and R&B song that talks about the support you give each other during times of hardship. And “Smile With You (   )” is a medium-tempo ballad. The album concludes with “Thank you, NEXT?” as a hidden track for CD listeners.

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