K-pop girl group Dreamcatcher shares ‘VISION’ of the future with EP ‘Apocalypse: Follow us’

K-pop girl group Dreamcatcher shares ‘VISION’ of the future with EP ‘Apocalypse: Follow us’

K-pop girl group Dreamcatcher dropped their newest EP “Apocalypse: Follow us,” led by the title track “VISION,” on Tuesday.

October 11, 2022
K-pop girl group Dreamcatcher continue their thematic call to action for a healthier, greener planet with
Their latest music project, which was released on Tuesday, features six songs: title track “VISION,” “Intro: Chaotical X,” “Outro: Mother Nature” and B-sides “Fairytale,” “Some Love” and “Rainy Day.”
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The EP is the second installment of the group’s “Apocalypse” trilogy following “Apocalypse: Save Us,” led by the title track “Maison,” which was released in April. Beyond raising awareness for environmental conservation and the fight against climate change, this first installment helped the K-pop act experience their first music show win since their 2017 debut. They also became the fifth-ever K-pop girl group to reach No. 1 on the U.S. iTunes Top Albums chart.
In June, Dreamcatcher made history as the first K-pop artists to perform at the musical festival Primavera Sound in Barcelona. To promote their recent comeback, Dreamcatcher will start their “Apocalypse: Follow us 2022 World Tour” in Seoul with their two-night “Apocalypse: Broken Halloween” concert on Oct. 29 and Oct. 30. The tour is a follow-up to last summer’s “Apocalypse: Save us in America” concert series. Following their concert in Seoul, they will perform in five cities in Europe this November.
Their performance dates and venues are as follows:
  • Nov. 14 in Berlin | VERTI MUSIC HALL
  • Nov. 17 in Tilburg, Netherlands | 013
  • Nov. 20 in Warsaw | PALLADIUM
  • Nov. 22 in London | 02 ACADEMY BRIXTON
  • Nov. 24 in Paris | LE ZENITH
Featured Image via Dreamcatcher official
      Daniel Anderson

      Daniel Anderson is a Seattle-based Entertainment Reporter for NextShark




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