Consisting of 7 members with various personalities and visuals, the name BTS must be very familiar to you, right? Right now, the popularity that they have gained is not only in South Korea where they come from but also all around the world. Fans come from all around the world and make their name bigger and bigger. But, before they became so big and popular like right now, did you know how far BTS had to fight during their journey in the K-pop industry? Well, in order to give you a little information about it, we will talk about one of the tracks entitled “Interlude” from their debut single album called 2 Cool 4 Skool. Keep reading this article for more details and information about the song. Here is the full audio version of BTS’ “Interlude” that was uploaded on BANGTANTV’s official YouTube account:
Background of “Interlude”
“Interlude” by BTS is one of the tracks that is included on the debut single album of BTS called 2 Cool 4 Skool that was released by Big Hit Entertainment on June 12, 2013, and distributed by Loen. “Interlude” is set as the fifth track as well as the middle track on the album with 9 total tracks. As the agency managing BTS, Big Hit Entertainment announced the debut of BTS on May 21, 2013, by making a countdown clock on BTS’s website. After that, on their official Facebook account, they uploaded the photo teasers and the concept photo of the album where “Interlude” is included. The tracklist that includes “Interlude” was also unveiled later on their official Twitter account. Later, through BANGTANTV’s official YouTube account, Big Hit Entertainment released and uploaded the full audio version of “Interlude” by BTS on January 2, 2018. And, until now, the video has gained 612,710 views and 33,054 likes on YouTube. Here are some of the photo teasers from BTS’ debut single album called 2 Cool 4 Skool that includes “Interlude.”
The Group Photo Teaser
Story of “Interlude”
Different from the other tracks from BTS, “Interlude” is set as the fifth track on their debut single album and does not have any lyrics at all. Just like the title “Interlude,” this track is an intermezzo, a pause or juncture, between the initial four tracks and the next tracks. During the 52 seconds of “Interlude,” the only sound you can hear is some music without any lyrics or words. But, in the background, you can hear the unclear voices of people in a crowd. The producer who worked on this track was Slow Rabbit.