Advertisement

Mamamoo teases 'Starry Night' music video

"Starry Night" will appear on the group's forthcoming EP, "Yellow Flower."

By Annie Martin
Mamamoo teases 'Starry Night' music video
Mamamoo shared a clip Tuesday from its "Starry Night" music video. File Photo by Yonhap News Agency/EPA

Feb. 27 (UPI) -- South Korean girl group Mamamoo is gearing up to release a new music video.

The K-pop stars released a clip Tuesday from their video for the song "Starry Night," which officially debuts March 7. The group consists of singers Wheein, Solar, Moonbyul and Hwasa.

Advertisement

The preview features gorgeous, sun-soaked shots of Wheein as she walks along a beach. The 22-year-old recording artist is also shown posing in a green field on the top of a cliff.

"Starry Night" will appear on Mamamoo's forthcoming EP, Yellow Flower, which features seven songs. The girl group shared a track list for the EP in a tweet Monday.

"[#MAMAMOO] YELLOW FLOWER TRACK LIST 2018.03.07 6PM," the stars wrote.

Mamamoo last released the single "Paint Me" in January. The girl group announced in a tweet Monday that they were plotting a "comeback" in March.

Latest Headlines

Advertisement
Advertisement

Follow Us

Advertisement