NCT 127 combine nature and space in music video for ‘Save’

SM Entertainment boyband NCT 127 and independent South Korean label Amoeba Culture have released a music video for ‘Save’, their new collaborative single.

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The music video, which is set in a neon-lit spaceship decked with different kinds of plants, prominently features a plaque that reads: “Save the moment. Save the wild. Save environment. Save the world”. Later in the clip, the boyband showcase their powerful choreography in a dome-like structure.

Saving you, saving me / Unconditional / Saving you, saving me / Memories of love / All the things that in my sight / 127 till infinite time,” the boyband sing in the chorus.

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‘Save’ is the latest release from SM Entertainment’s supergroup NCT. Last month, their seven-member subunit NCT Dream released ‘Hot Sauce’, their debut full-length album.

In the same month, NCT leader Taeyong teamed up with EXO’s Baekhyun to release the jazz-inspired pop track, ‘Monroe’. The track was released on Taeyong’s SoundCloud and features lyrics penned by the singer himself.

Recently, NCT 127 performed at Global Citizen’s ‘Vax Live: The Concert To Reunite The World’. Their performance of their 2020 hit, ‘Kick It’, featured a combination of slick choreography and AR technology.







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In a four-star review of ‘Hot Sauce’, NME‘s Rhian Daly called the record a “triumph [that is both] confident and cool”. She also noted that the project “makes infectiously real its creators’ excitement of all being back together again”, following the return of member Mark Lee.