ARTMS Releases Debut Full-Length Album , ‘Moonshot’ World Tour Kicks Off in Seoul

On May 31st five extraordinary talents – HeeJin, HaSeul, Kim Lip, JinSoul, and Choerry – embarked on an exhilarating journey under the banner of ARTMS, to captivate audiences worldwide with the release of their highly anticipated first full-length album <Dall> (Devine All Love & Live)! This follows the release of ODD EYE CIRCLE’s (consisting members are Kim Lip, JinSoul and Choerry) album <Version Up>, HeeJin’s dazzling album <K>, and HaSeul’s four-day solo concert in Seoul, which demonstrated the member’s remarkable growth and artistry.

After meticulous preparation, ARTMS finally unveiled <Dall>, a masterful exploration of the complexities of love and life. The lead track “Virtual Angel” is a mesmerising dance anthem produced by EL CAPITXN and Vendors. Infusing Y2K Eurodance with ethereal undertones, “Virtual Angel” challenges perceptions of reality in the age of AI and virtuality, inviting listeners to ponder authenticity of their affections and infatuations towards idols. The accompanying music video, directed by digipedi, intricately weaves the narrative of ARTMS, captivating viewers with its evocative imagery.

From the ethereal melodies of “Flower Rhythm” to the infectious energy of “Candy Crush” and “Air”, these pre-release singles sampled tracks from the members that were previously released, offering a glimpse into the multifaceted universe of ARTMS, blending individual paths into a harmonious collective.Album Tracklist:

  1. url
  2. Virtual Angel
  3. Sparkle
  4. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
  5. Flower Rhythm
  6. Candy Crush
  7. Air
  8. Unf/Air
  9. Distress
  10. Butterfly Effect
  11. Birth

As ARTMS embarks on their world tour, they invite fans to join them on an unforgettable odyssey across continents. With <Dall> as their sonic manifesto, the five-member girl group is on an epic journey to redefine the boundaries of K-Pop. Ticketing details are here.ARTMS ‘MoonShot’ World Tour 2024

20~21 July – Seoul, Samsung Hall
27 July – Yokohama, Zepp
16 August – New York, NY, Kings Theatre
19 August – Atlanta, GA, Tabernacle
21 August – Fort Lauderdale, FL, Broward Center
23 August – Orlando, FL, Walt Disney Theater
25 August – Houston, TX, Bayou Music Center
27 August – Dallas, TX, Music Hall at Fair Park
29 August – Phoenix, AZ, The Van Buren
31 August – Los Angeles, CA, The Orpheum Theatre
3 September – San Francisco, CA, The Warfield
5 September – Tacoma, WA, Pantages Theater
8 September – Minneapolis, MN, Uptown Theatre
10 September – Chicago, IL, Copernicus Center

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