Stream HYUKOH's '24: How to find true love and happiness' Album

The latest from the fledgling Korean indie band.

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Following up their lauded 23 extended play, fledgling Korean indie band HYUKOH recently dropped their latest project, 24: How to find true love and happiness.

Straying from the gloomy tone found on previous releases, the quartet looked to express cheerful themes of love and happiness through their signature poetic lyrics and calming melodies. Comprised of six songs with English lyrics, the title track “Love Ya!” was composed by frontman Oh Hyuk and serves as a tribute to all lovers. Since the band’s debut in 2014, Hyukoh has been lauded for its raw emotive music which stands out amongst K-pop dominated music scene in Korea.

Stream HYUKOH’s new 24: How to find true love and happiness below. For more music news, The Internet recently “Come Over” off of their latest album Hive Mind.

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