Comebacks, K-Pop

Holland Releases Intriguing MV for “I’m So Afraid”

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Holland has released Vol. 2 of his twin single project. “I’m So Afraid” is a instrumental-heavy track that features a heavy baseline. “I’m so, so afraid” a voice repeats as the beat carries on. The video speaks to a longing for freedom, as conveyed through movement and contemporary dance.

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The video starts with Holland in a red printed shirt, alone in the forest. After viewing a parallel mirror, the video transitions to following a female dancer, dressed as Holland around the streets of Seoul as she moves her body.

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The dancing takes advantage of the free instrumentals, allowing her to articulate the rise and fall of the music.

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Holland comes back in with his indie vocals as the video transitions from the dancer back to the forest where Holland stands alone once more with his arms raised.

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While “I’m Not Afraid” told the story of a man living free of fear, “I’m So Afraid” is clearly a more melancholy pursuit, telling another side to Holland’s story. What did you think of Holland’s twin single project?


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