IU Stirs Another Frenzy, All-Kill with ‘Peach!'
By Staff Writer | May 05, 2012 03:10 PM EDT
It seems singer IU is stirring up another sensation.
IU revealed her new pre-released song 'Peach' midnight on May 4 included in her new single ‘Spring at the Age of Twenty.’ The song achieved an all-kill immediately after its release on various single charts in real-time.
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Her second studio album 'Last Fantasy' last year have continued the sensation of another single 'Good Day' dominating all major single chart. She has proven her power once again by achieving an all-kill with her pre-released song.
The new song ‘Peach’ is based on the concept of conveying the emotion of falling in love through acoustic sounds. The song seems to match and express IU’s image as a young lady well. IU mentions that her favorite fruit is ‘Peach’ because of the pleasant pronunciation of the word she wishes to call her loved one ‘Peach’ as a nickname.
The expression of happiness shown in the lyrics harmonized with the clam and sweet melody is perfect in conveying ones feelings it seems that IU is confessing her love to the listener. Even the sound of IU’s recorder and triangle add to the girly sentiments of the song.
Loen Entertainment commented, “IU composed this song excluding all strong sounds only expressing her pure and honest emotion. Please show her a lot of support for IU’s love song conveyed through ‘Spring at the Age of Twenty.’
‘Spring at the Age of Twenty’ will release on May 11.
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