Viviz’s latest song “Maniac” was released on October 2, 2023, is a fascinating mix of pop and electronic music. The internet is buzzing with comments praising the new release as the “best comeback of Viviz.” So, let’s break down the components of this unique tune and highlight its frantic qualities. In its brief 3 minutes and 16 seconds, “Maniac” explores the powerful feelings and desires that can consume an individual, the kind of feelings that can drive us mad.
Viviz’s vocals impart an extra dimension of passion, flawlessly expressing the song’s message. Eunha and Sinb wonderfully complement with their individual voice qualities. The vocal performances of Eunha, Umji, and Sinb are all outstanding, and Sinb’s voice (despite her infamous ferocity) actually gives a soft touch that is appealing. Since its release, “Maniac” has been at the top of the charts because to its hypnotic beats and Viviz’s entrancing vocals. So, let’s investigate its most alluring features.
Additional layers are unveiled in the music video. At first, it seems like a standard K-pop music video, with Sinb behind the wheel of a car, but then, after adjusting her rearview mirror, we find Umji sitting in the back. At the same time, we witness Eunha in an office, where she is seen softly playing a miniature piano with another mysterious hand. The narrative proceeds revealing Umji walking alone with luggage.
Throughout the song, Sinb gradually grows distant from Umji and Eunha. Eunha reaches out to Umji with an extended hand as Sinb leaves. After that, contrasting emotions are shown as Sinb becomes visibly unhappy and Umji tries in vain to explain.
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The following 40 seconds show the group struggling to make sense of their emotions and thoughts. Later on in the story, Umji and Sinb find themselves in a very precarious situation. Given the context of the video, the scene progresses to reveal Eunha’s framework flaring at Sinb’s automobile. The gloomy, unpleasant mood persists. As Umji sings, “I’m okay with it,” the tension dissipates and the girls are soon reunited.
Take a look at the below tweet about Maniac being Viviz’s 4th popular song on Spotify:
— VIVIZ Charts (@VIVIZ_Charts) November 5, 2023
From what I can see, we’re witnessing a fascinating love triangle, an idea that’s slowly gaining traction around the world. Is this the plot you figured out, or do you see something else?
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