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First Look at Crayon Pop's Crazy "Lonely Christmas" -- Love it or Hate it?

November 25, 2013 at 2:55 pm EDT

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The helmets are back! Crayon Pop released a teaser video today for their upcoming festive track "Lonely Christmas".

The five-girl group are bringing back all the signature features witnessed in their previous hit "Bar Bar Bar", including their infamous helmet and cute dance moves.

For the new track, Gummi, ChoA, Soyul, Ellin and Way are dressed in sweet custom-made costumes that appear to be a inspired by Christmas trees and wrapped presents (with gingerbread-style boots!). The background of the video is a giant Christmas card.

Few lyrics are revealed in the teaser, although "Nanana nanana nananana na hey!" is frequently sung Credit: Chrome Entertainment

Few lyrics are revealed in the teaser, although "Nanana nanana nananana na hey!" is frequently sung
Credit: Chrome Entertainment

Soyul (left) and Ellin get in the Christmas spirit in their cute costumes Credit: Chrome Entertainment

Soyul (left) and Ellin get in the Christmas spirit in their cute costumes
Credit: Chrome Entertainment

The cheery disposition of the girls at first seems counter to the title of the single -- which is released tomorrow, November 26 -- there is a point where they sing "Don’t worry, be happy!", which suggests the song intends to be an uplifting number for those experiencing a less-than-perfect holiday season.

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Unfortunately it hasn't all been joy for the group, who picked up a best new female act award at the 2013 MAMA ceremony in Hong Kong on November 22.

Crayon Pop were accused by Japanese group Momoiro Clover Z for stealing their Christmas tree concept Credit: Chrome Entertainment

Crayon Pop -- seen here on the single cover -- were accused by Japanese group Momoiro Clover Z for stealing their Christmas tree concept
Credit: Chrome Entertainment

They recently came under fire in Japan, with accusations of plagiarism pointed towards similar aesthetic concepts previously done by Japanese girl group Momoiro Clover Z.

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Crayon Pop's agency Chrome Entertainment swiftly responded by arguing that Christmas tree outfits used in promo materials simply follow the distinct image of a Christmas tree.

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