Weekly Charts: March 21 - March 27
As the temperature rises this season, so are the latest spring releases on music charts. This week features indie rock that captures visions of love, heartfelt ballads on bitter memories, and spiteful acoustics on dwindling affection. Check out the chart-topping artists this week that add their own unique spin on this season’s music.
SEASONS COME AND GO
Taeyeon confronts a love as erratic as the changing seasons with “Four Seasons,” released on March 22. A dramatic track complemented by Taeyeon’s emotive vocals, the singer embodies the four seasons that represent how drastically love dwindles. From a flowering spring to a withering winter, she grows exhausted from the same cycle of growth to loss and demands a longer-lasting love that shines like an endless summer. Achieving all-kill status on music charts like Genie, Naver, Mnet, and Bugs!, Taeyeon’s vindictive release adds a new spin amidst romantic spring ballads.
Kassy relives her most eventful day through “The Day was Beautiful,” released on December 31. After her fateful breakup, the heartbroken singer regrets not cherishing her relationship enough which created a beautiful world around her. Like a flashbulb memory, Kassy recalls the warm spring day when her love and rose-tinted vision eventually faded. The winter release that touches pained hearts in spring season has slowly been climbing music charts like MelOn at number seven.
JANNABI plays for the doubtful hearts with “For Lovers Who Hesitate” from their full-length album, Legend, released on March 13. Love becomes infectious in the spring air as feelings blossom like the season’s blooming flowers. The indie rock band perfectly captures the rush of overflowing emotions that are enamored by the beauty of love. Light-hearted melodies transform any setting to a dreamy ambiance along with its enchanting music video that shares a short tale of a hesitant heart. Taking the number three spot on Soribada, enjoy this lovely soft-rock track that sets love in color this season.