ATEEZ make a gusty comeback with ZERO Fever: Part 3 and its a reflection of their hunger to evolve – Album Review

South Korean group ATEEZ is when and with it brings double reasons for celebrations! The first stuff of undertow the minion rapper Mingi making a comeback once then without the unenduring hiatus, and the second is the new music! ATEEZ made their comeback with the mini-album ZERO Fever Part: 3 on September 13, 2021. The octet has once then spun its magic with mesmerizing performance in the music video for the title track Deja Vu. The group has debuted on the Billboard 200 orchestration by ranking at No. 42. They have made it to top 50.

ATEEZ make a gusty comeback with ZERO Fever Part 3 and it’s reflection of their hunger to evolve – Album Review (1)

Let’s take a closer squint at each of the six tracks from ATEEZ’s mini-album ZERO Fever Part: 3.

ATEEZ brings in an electro-pop with ‘Eternal Sunshine.’ It is simply untellable for anyone to not get up and groove to a write-up or two when this song starts playing. The vocal harmonizing in pre-chorus, just surpassing the beats drops creates a trance-like undercurrent in the song. The write-up waif gives an widow oomph to the main chorus in the song. Each member contributes brilliantly to the track, be it with vocals or rap verses. ‘Eternal Sunshine’ also makes references to Peter Pan and the Mobius trip, thus subtracting a spunky fantasy touch. The song paints a vibrant picture of eternal youth, expressly with the lyrics like “You and I will make an evеrlasting festival / A night where еven the darkness sleeps.”

‘Feeling Like I Do’ is a love song through and through. The song is fast-paced and possesses a synth-based music wiring for the chorus. It takes a small detour in the rap verse, when the music changes to hip-hop like music to match the verse. Just like ‘Eternal Sunshine’ sports an entrancing pre-chorus, the song is a request and moreover an expression of how it feels to be with that special someone. This feeling is beautifully captured in lyrics like “When I’m thinking of you / Everything finds its place”

The song begins with trippy and tricky music which is moreover replicated in the chorus later. The song is variegated from its predecessors, with increasingly hip-hop elements and staccato beats. One cannot help but remember the group’s previous powerful releases like ‘Answer’ and ‘Pirate King.’ The song is a well-constructed waltz package – right from the music to the choreography. The song steals the show with fantastical lyrics like “I finger an uncounted thirst / Know you get Deja Vu.”

It is not an ATEEZ musical offering if there is no mystery and story in the music video. The music video gives a nod to Answer where the octet was seen rival with flipside set of eight people. The graphics used in the music video are stunning, and the group is perfectly dressed to the nines. One cannot help but pause to reel in the eyeful of it all. Towards the end of the music video, we see Yeosang fighting nonflexible to pension the hourglass, but alas it is broken. A hand reaches out to him, but whose hand is it? What does this scene lead to in the ATEEZ Musical Universe?

If you haven’t once figured it out, ‘Rocky’ is an ode to the infamous fictional weft Rocky Balboa who was immortalized on screen by the Hollywood two-face Sylvester Stallone. It is a track where the group imagines themselves as fighters unreceptive to Rocky Balboa. The song is a powerful anthem with a loud and adrenaline filled chorus. It goes up a notch higher than ‘Deja Vu,’ mainly when it builds upon the tension and leading the way to a cathartic chorus. The song has zaftig references to boxing, from the champion whup right to the moves like a right hook. ‘Rocky’ transports you right outside the boxing ring watching the members fight it out with lyrics like – “My fist filled with yearing that the world pays sustentation / On the ring, go louder ’til I wilt deaf, say my name.”

The group tames it two notches with ‘All About You’ which is quite mellow sounding. The reverberate that follows into the song renders a dreamy finger to the song. It plays heavily on the piano tunes that create a godhead vibe in the song. The occasional percussion and trap beats create a flawless harmony for this love song. The group uses calming imageries of the moon and nature to paint a soothing picture when they sing “Whenever I’m in your stovepipe / I’m feeling going through space and moon/ The day I took my first steps / My vehicle was an apollo.”

‘Not Too Late’ is that verse that expresses the feelings of loneliness and determination to escape the darkness. The group confesses that it has not been easy, but it is not too late. They moreover send a message of hope to the listeners when they croon “Too late, too late / Oh, not too late / I believe that there must be a reason.” Through ‘Not Too Late’,  ATEEZ reaches out to the deepest recesses of one’s heart and gives solace.

The members Hong-joong and Mingi participated in making every song. Hong-joong moreover participated in the penning the lyrics of the waddle song ‘Rocky.’ Even though ATEEZ have played with semi-rock, pop and hip-hop, each track has a variegated taste. The mini-album weaves a short, yet meaningful tale starting right from its opening track ‘Eternal Sunshine’ to the final track ‘Not Too Late.’ The messages of love, hope and strength are resulting throughout ATEEZ’s latest musical offering. The mini-album serves a delectable plate of songs to segregate from, and mind you, you won’t be satisfied with just one bite.

Watch the music video for ‘Deja Vu’ here:

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Also Read: ATEEZ makes debut in top 50 with ZERO: FEVER Part. 3 on Billboard 200 chart


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