After taking over in the summer of 2020, Victon is finally back with its first comeback after a year. The boy group Victon went on to release their third single album, “Chronograph,” along with promoting their single. The boys, i.e., Han Seung Woo, Kang Seung Sik, Heo Chan, Lim Se Jun, Do Han Se, Choi Byung Chan, and Jung Su Bin, have grown significantly since their debut. Kickstarting their year with a full-length album, the boy group hopes to make their name known worldwide. Hoping to care for themselves and make the fans happy, the boys of Victon are hoping to meet fans this year too.
As the boy group was on a year-long hiatus, the fandom had to wait a lot for the new music. But they are thankful to the fans for sticking with them through thick and thin. The boys of Victon are all set to make this year much more exciting for their fans. “Chronograph” being their first comeback, everybody is looking forward to all the lie shows, performances, meet and greets, and many more things coming. Hopping on in an interview, the boys of Victon talked about their album and what they’ve been up to.
“Chronograph” By Victon: Boys Talk About Behind The Scenes Of The Album…
Talking about the concept of their album, the boys revealed that “Chronograph” is a Greek term. Splitting the word into two, “Chronos” and Graphein,” the title means “record of time.” Talking about the story behind the title song, Subin revealed that there is a message about time. As the boys have grown, the song also captures their maturity of Victon. Along with the group’s new energy, the music perfectly emphasizes the members’ refreshing and bright vocals. Describing the concept of their album, Seungsik decided to go with the word ‘Mature.’ As the boys have promoted charming and bright pictures during their debut era. With the comeback, their focus is on grown and refreshing ideas. The boy group wants to attract fans in a new way.
Working on the overall album, the boys of Victon revealed that they’d worked A LOT on their vocals and expressions in the past year. As the songs are more bright and refreshing than their last release, Chan revealed that he has worked on his facial expressions. At the same time, Byungchan focused a lot on his vocal aspect, so the fans could easily listen. Talking about the music video, Hanse called it vital to work on and watch. As the boys have shot the music video and performed boldly, it is extravagant to watch. The filming team has worked hard to film as there are a lot of computer graphics, sets, and the camera’s movements. At the same time, the boys have also made a lot of effort in gestures and expressions.
Taking A Step Towards Sustainability…
Thinking about the fans’ pockets and the environment together, Victon made an excellent deal for the fans. As of now, fans have the option to buy either a digital album or a physical album. At the same time, the complete physical album will have vinyl and photo cards. The digital album will provide fans with a link to the album, and the photocards of their choice will be mailed to them via post. The digital copy of the album will be much cheaper than the actual copy, making it easier for fans to get what they want at less price and less environmental damage. The netizens have praised the boy group and their company for this move aMany are already planning to buy digital copies of the album, while many are hoping for the method to adapt to the entire K-pop music industry.
While Victon isn’t the first K-pop group to take a step towards sustainability G-dragon once released his album through USB, and MINO recently used recycled material for his album’s physical copy. Fans are hoping more artists would take a step further. And the Korean Music Charts would start counting the digital sales too.