K-pop girl group NMIXX have released a new single titled ‘Soñar (Breaker)’, from their upcoming second EP ‘Fe3O4: BREAK’.

The music video for ‘Soñar (Breaker)’ features the six-member girl group performing the Latin-influenced song on a soundstage against a green screen, before they join a large troupe of dancers in a desert.

“Just take one step / Into your dream, wormhole / Wa-ya-ya-ya, so fast / Hold on tight, just like that / Come a so-soñar,” NMIXX sing on the chorus of their new single.

On November 28 at midnight KST, NMIXX dropped a “motion poster” for their upcoming second EP ‘Fe3O4: BREAK’. The clip features a magnetic box that explodes into the logo for the upcoming project, which comes out on January 15, 2024 at 6pm KST.

‘Fe3O4: BREAK’ follows NMIXX’s July 2023 single album, ‘A Midsummer NMIXX’s Dream’, which featured the songs ‘Party O’ Clock’ and ‘Roller Coaster’. In March this year, the girl group also dropped their first EP, called ‘expérgo’.

‘expérgo’ was NMIXX’s first release since the departure of original member Jinni – now known as Jini – from the group. The singer left the K-pop act in December 2022, with JYP Entertainment saying that it was “due to personal circumstances”.

Jini has since made her return to the music industry as a soloist, with the release of her debut mini-album ‘An Iron Hand In A Velvet Glove’. Notably, the song is led by the single ‘C’mon’, featuring American rapper Aminé.

In an interview with NME, Jini revealed that the creation of ‘An Iron Hand In A Velvet Glove’ was “really challenging” process, saying that she “[hadn’t] had to carry a full song on my own before”.

“It was a difficult process to try so many new things [at first] because I’ve never done them before,” she added. “But at the same time, I also feel a greater sense of responsibility for the work I put out now.”

Meanwhile, in a three-star review of ‘An Iron Hand In A Velvet Glove’NME‘s Carmen Chin said that the mini-album “shows incredible amounts of potential in both her personal ability as a performer and her creative direction”.

The post Watch NMIXX’s new music video for ‘Soñar (Breaker)’ appeared first on NME.


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