BiSH dance in a red desert for their Distance MV.
Out July 3rd, the track is part of their 3rd album titled CARROTS and STiCKS.
With all of the action going on in the world of idol, many might have forgotten that there is still a physical release of BiSH’s latest album in the works. Thankfully, we got a new MV to remind us and it’s a good one.
In it, we get to see BiSH out in the middle of a red desert while wearing some interesting outfits (Swiffer pads with latex?). The scenes are impressive, with the red hue giving it a stunning artistic look. But, the real treat are the special effects that are used. From a giant statue out in the middle of nowhere, to a floating Ayuni, and floating rocks, it’s all eye catching and matching the tone of the song.
Speaking of, the song has a distinct ballad sound to it that fans of the more mature BiSH are sure to adore. It’s powerful, with guitars dominating the instrumental. But, it has a touch of softness as the members all sing their lines.
It’s a stunning reminder that BiSH rock, so give it a watch and grab the album below! If you’re impatient, the albums are available now on Apple Music, so go for it.