Stray Kids Members Go Deep & Personal In Recent Interview Regarding Their Latest Comeback
JYP Entertainment's Stray Kids recently spoke about their second studio album, "NOEASY," alongside its title track "Thunderous," in a fun Q&A. Their most recent album is Stray Kids' first comeback in almost one year and the members have a lot to share.
Stray Kids' leader, Bang Chan, revealed, "Since our last album promotions, for the repackaged version ("In Life") of our first studio album, we have experienced a lot of things." Due to these experiences, Stray Kids have been able to show how much they have grown to STAYs the name of their fandom name.
On the title track "Thunderous", Stray Kids' Bang Chan shared, "The message of the song is that Stray Kids, as sorikkun, will face off against the jansorikkun [naggers] and confidently let loose our sound."
Through "Thunderous," Stray Kids wanted to share their own unique kind of music, Hyunjin went on to add.
As per I.N, he believes that "Thunderous" is an extension of the spicy genre called mala, which is something similar to what Stray kids did in "God's Menu" and "Back Door." I.N also hopes that people will feel that directly through watching their upcoming performances.
Felix then talked about the concept they chose for "Thunderous," noting that their concept is similar to 'dokkaebi', which translates to goblins, and black and red. The members want to express Stray Kids' unique sound and color in a way that they have not done before.
Lee Know went on to add, "The key point of our choreography is the hand gesture that expresses how we will confidently spit out everything we want to say. Overall, the choreography shows strength and energy as well as some unique dance lines and some fun moments."
Furthermore, Stray Kids' album, which is entitled "NOEASY," is a spin on the word 'NOISY'. On this, Stray Kids Bang Chan explained that it means that the Stray Kids members wanted to leave a loud impact on the world with their music.
"The meaning is something like, 'Life is not easy because of the naggers who tell us to do this and that, but we are Stray Kids and we are not backing down.' If you listen to the album's b-side tracks, you will be able to hear our larger musical spectrum and diverse expressions," Seungmin passionately added.
Have you listened to Stray Kids' most recent album?