Stray Kids have just made their landing with yet another offering from their repackaged album, “In Life”. It arrives in the form of a brand new visualizer for their track, ‘Any’.
For starters, the track is led by the band’s groovy raps and distorted melodies. Lined with a strong set of electronic beats, the song proves to be an adrenaline rush from start to finish. Stray Kids are known to dabble with quirky concepts and this time is no different. In ‘Any’, we see them contemplate on material possessions and the idea of never feeling satisfied, no matter how much they buy. The lyrics allow for a better understanding:
Are you happy? (No.)
Do you like that? (No.)
Do you know what you like? (No.)
But when they ask what exactly it is you want it’s a lot
I want so many things but nothing goes as I want
The visualizer for the track sees Stary Kids under neon light and wisps of smoke. Unlike their metaphor-ridden visual for ‘Ex’, this music video simply sees the boys having a riot of a time.
While the boys continue to ride on the wave of success that came with, “In Life”, they aren’t resting on their laurels just yet. In fact, Stray Kids are currently gearing up to drop their first Japanese mini-album, “All In”, so stay tuned for more updates on that.
By: Nina Karun