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Girls Generation Releases Music Video For Upcoming Japanese Single 'Love and Girls'

By Staff Writer | May 19, 2013 05:12 PM EDT

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The girls have finally released the music video for their Japanese single, "Love and Girls". Girls Generation has been putting off this release for days, and to be honest, it's not half bad.

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Overall, the music video is receiving much love from Sone's all over the world. It's easy to see why these girls are very charismatic. They know how to command a stage, a camera, a chair, it's quite riveting. Their newest Japanese offering is a pop of light pastels, from the girls to the crowd, being that it features a flash mob. Everyone is energetic, and it's just a very welcoming set all together.

Girls Generation's upcoming comeback will also feature a B-side single, titled "Lingua Franca".  It will be available in the Japanese market about a month from the teaser release -- on June 19th. 

Girls Generation is also set to begin their "Girls and Peace" world tour on June of this year, with the first stop in Seoul.

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