BTS Permission To Dance’ assumes life post-Covid-19 and has many hidden messages for ARMY to mark

The new track of the boy band BTS is out. In the song, BTS is seen saying goodbye to the pandemic and depicts life after that.

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K-Pop superstars BTS have released their new song ‘Permission To Dance’ on the occasion of ARMY day. It also coincides with the release of their smash-hit song ‘Butter’s’ CD version.

In the track, the boy band have signalled the end of the pandemic. The song is co-written by Ed Sheeran in association with Steve Mac.

The song is high on energy and has important messages of love and hope to share with the ARMY. BTS has always tried their best in spreading messages of positivity and this song has trails of those. The music video also had messages hidden in the form of graffiti, texts in the backdrop, a message to end Asian hate crimes and visuals promoting unity.

Imaging the life post-Covid-19, the members are seen wearing cowboy attires in a desert location as they announced the end of the pandemic with purple balloons.

They are overjoyed with the surprises the band had for them right from the music video to the BTS concept photos. The eagle-eyed ARMY has identified all the hidden messages and the new song had already started breaking records as the teaser had topped the worldwide YouTube trends. The song under an hour of its release has crossed over 10 million views.

‘Permission To Dance’ is a part of the BTS ‘Butter’ CD that goes on stand today.

BTS is also gearing up to make an appearance on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ on July 13 and 14.