Stray Kids have released an interesting music video for ‘Venom,’ a track off their current mini-album ‘Oddinary.’
Check out the video below:
The video begins with the gang entering a strange area and being shackled to metal seats. Changbin eventually manages to break free and antagonises his fellow inmates before gaining access to a secret wall safe. Later in the video, the group fights against one another in an attempt to flee from what appears to be a deadly robotic spider.
“I’m drunk off your touch that captivated me / I want it more, I need it more / This spreading venom, this addictive poison / Any sensе of feeling threatened has disappеared now,” the group sing on the pre-chorus.
‘Venom’ was written by Stray Kids’ producer unit 3RACHA (comprising Bang Chan, Changbin, and Han), who collaborated on the track with American DJ DallasK. Following the title track ‘Maniac’ late last week, it’s the second track from ‘Oddinary’ to get a full visual treatment.
“This is our first comeback for 2022. It’s been awhile since we released a mini-album,” Bang Chan said of their latest project during a press conference. “With the title ‘Oddinary’, we want to bring the message that everyone has their own ‘odd’ in them, that’s totally and ordinary.”
Stray Kids revealed earlier this month that their second world tour, dubbed ‘Maniac,’ will begin in South Korea this spring. Following their initial performance in Seoul, the group will tour the United States and Japan in support of their upcoming mini-album from May through July.