FORESTELLA: They impose their presence on TV shows

The crossover group FORESTELLA will present a high quality stage during the musical broadcasts.


FORESTELLA (Bae DoohoonKang HyunghoCho Mingyu and Ko Woorim) will appear on KBS 2TV’s “Music Bank,” which airs on the afternoon of June 10, and will meet viewers for the first time since its debut.

On this day, FORESTELLA will sing “Save our lives,” the title track from their first mini album “THE BEGINNING: WORLD TREE,” and perform a stunning live performance.

The live performance of “Save our lives“, which aired earlier during the national tour concert in Seoul, the solo comeback show on Naver NOW and KBS 2TV’s “Sketchbook”, is set to be renewed on “Music Bank”.

Save our lives” is a song that world-renowned musical director Takatsu Muramatsu worked on for FORESTELLA, and contains a message to rise up with hope in the face of adversity. FORESTELLA maximized listeners’ aural satisfaction by harmonizing mysterious, colorful vocals and delicate chords to match the grand sound of a 41-member orchestra.

Moreover, FORESTELLA’s first mini album “THE BEGINNING: WORLD TREE”, which contains a total of six comprehensive songs and instrumental music for each track, is loved by music fans of all genres as well as crossovers.

As a result, “Save Our Lives” topped the music charts on the day of its release and left fond memories for audiences who recently got to attend the nationwide tour concerts in Seoul. FORESTELLA will continue their significant hard work with live performance on TV shows.

After “Music Bank,” which airs at 5 p.m. KST today, FORESTELLA will be appearing on MBC’s “Show! Music Core” on the 11th, and will also perform a comeback scene from “Save our lives.”

FORESTELLA will continue their 2022 national tour concerts “The Beginning: World Tree” at BEXCO Auditorium in Busan on June 18-19 and Aram Theater in Goyang Aramnuri on July 2-3.

Journalist: Shawn
Translator: Shawn
Source: Beat Interactive

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