FT Island Reveals Promotional Video for "Neverland"
FT Island is getting ready to make more noise in Japan! The group has just recently revealed the promotional video for their upcoming single, “Neverland.”
“Neverland” is an upbeat rock track that will get fans jumping. In the video, the members of the group are performing on stage in an outer space setting. The song is becoming popular even before its release because it was chosen as the opening theme song to the anime “Ozma.”
“Neverland” will be released on April 18. Meanwhile, FT Island is scheduled to perform in Taiwan for their “Play! FT Island” concert for the 8,000 fans that were able to get tickets.
Check out the music video here and stay tuned to Soompi for more updates!
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