Rolling Quartz Releases Single 'Stand Up' Ahead of EP Album


All female rock band Rolling Quartz is back with their new digital single 'Stand Up.' 


Rolling Quartz has grown into Korea's representative rock band through active activities such as national tours and European tours, overseas rock festivals, and anime conventions expanding their scope.


The digital single Stand Up, released ahead of the EP album release in June, is a rock/metal song full of rock spirit and a realistic feel, and is a stepping stone for the fandom who may be tired of waiting for a long time for a new song.


The music video showcases the traditional Korean Bongsan mask dance combined with modern dance, mirroring the similarity between the shuffle rhythm and the “gutgeori” rhythm (shaman’s song), and it also attempts to create a crossover with lion dance and the band music. 


Artistically, Rolling Quartz tried to match the cultures of East and West three-dimensionally by displaying images evoking mother-of-pearl lacquerware along with the ten traditional symbols of longevity on the LED screens, expressing the feeling of viewing an oriental folding screen.


'Stand Up' Music Video



Ciera Reeves

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