Sungmin is back to the music scene with the release of his first mini album Orgel yesterday (22 Nov), alongside the music video for the track.
His absence in the industry was due to scandals, following which were boycotts from fans. To offer some context, fans found fault with the 33 year-old singer. According to fans, this is due to his disrespectful attitude and lack of communication with them.
Others found it disappointing that he was not upfront about his personal life. He declined to announce his marriage plans back in 2014.
His bandmates are still supportive, though. Member of Super Junior, Choi Si-won took to Twitter to show support.
That said, he did drop a SM Station track, titled Day Dream (2018) last year. But the concept running behind this new track Orgel is slightly different.
The track is simple and clean, with no beat drops whatsoever. Starting with guitar strums, it seeks to tell a story of a music box.
In the track, Sungmin depicts the music box as one that is comforting. It is also one that goes all night without rest.
This is a timely release, providing warmth to the hearts of the listeners in this chilly winter season.
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