K-pop girl group Aespa released their first English-language single “Life’s Too Short” on June 24.
The four-member group debuted the song at Coachella last April, which features catchy guitar riffs and bright, hopeful vocals that showcase Aespa’s youthful energy and positive ambition to enjoy life without regrets.
“Life’s Too Short” is the second song from their mini-album “Girls” that will be dropped on July 8. It was accompanied by a music video that has garnered 11 million views as of this writing on YouTube.
“’Life’s Too Short’ contains a message to all our MYs to stay true to yourselves and spread love because life is too short, so I hope everyone listens to it and receives positive energy!” said Aespa.
“I’m doing me regardless and I don’t care what you say about it / and it don’t matter if you like it or not/ I’m having all this fun so, why would I ever stop?” according to the song’s lyrics.
“Life’s Too Short” has been released ahead of Aespa’s fan events at YouTube Theater in Los Angeles.
Originally scheduled as one night only for June 26, a second date was recently added for June 27 due to high demand.
At the event, Aespa will perform new music off their forthcoming “Girls” album. They will also make their US late night debut on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on June 29.