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Brown Eyed Girls made their comeback last night, releasing a music video for their title track "Kill Bill" which pays homage to Quentin Tarantino's 2003 movie of the same name.
The seven-and-a-half-minute short film shows the girls in sexy, western-style billowy shirts, leather pants and fringed costumes.
In the plot, the vixens recreate roles from the original film to tell a story of bloody vengence as each member tries to kill each other.
Ga In, 25, particularly impresses with her slick, polished fighting moves that somewhat defy her tiny physique.
"We don't mind shocking people," 31-year-old member Miryo says of the video. "We want people to be talking about the group and noticing our great music."
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The fabulous four made their official comeback on Sunday, July 28, through a stage performance on music show Inkigayo and today released their fifth studio album "Black Box".
The girls plan to release a dance version of the "Kill Bill" music video next week.