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Who let the clowns out? Block B have transformed into killer bank-robbing circus freaks for their new single. The controversial seven-member boy group are back and turning heads in their bizarre music video for "Very Good", released today.
In the four-minute video, it's hard to keep up with the hyperactive action as members hold up a bank dressed as clowns, showcase white, baby blue and blood red locks, boxing training with a woman and even trying on lipstick.
In one scene a busty female boxer KO's ladies man Jaehyo, 22, with her distracting assets and feminine charms.
Park Kyung plays the court jester at a decadent dinner party -- as the main course! The 21-year-old appears with his head served on a platter, although that doesn't stop him from performing his verse.
Leader Zico -- who also co-produced the single -- channels G-Dragon with his looks in a black and white ensemble with long black hair and lipstick. It's one of many looks for the 21-year-old, who also performs shirtless with blue hair and in a jester-like monochrome outfit with a long black wig.
P.O, 20, looks unrecognisable with red hair styled in a retro 60s look as he grabs the microphone in a scene while making the infamous sign of the horns rock gesture with his hands.
Although the video clearly takes inspiration from some of Big Bang's videos, Block B manage to put forward their own twist and are still bring a fresh energy to the music scene.
The group's new mini album, also titled "Very Good", features five new songs, including "When Where What How" and "Nice Day".
"It's an exciting time for us," member Taeil, 23, says of the release. "We can't wait to be back on stage with our fans."
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The group -- including other members B-Bomb and UKwon -- will kick off their comeback proo with a first stage performance on the October 4 episode of Music Bank.
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