There’s a reason why this trendy girl group has never been in any controversy about their live performances
The group STAYC showed their confidence and affection for the live stage.
A showcase was held at Yes24 Live Hall in Gwangjang-dong, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul at 4 p.m. on July 19th to commemorate the release of StayC’s third single album “WE NEED LOVE.”
StayC is a group that has never been embroiled in any controversy over their talent since their debut in 2020. Rather, they are always receiving favorable reviews from fans for their unwavering, stable live performance.
In this regard, member Sieun said, “I think we can literally feel a more lively stage, our teamwork, and energy while performing live. That’s why we prefer to perform live,” she said adding, “I want to say thank you to all the fans who are supporting us.”
They also shared how essential it was to take care of their throat for a perfect performance without disheveled. “I don’t drink caffeine on days I have to sing. Even if I drink it on other days, I try to avoid it in case I get phlegm or in bad condition on the day I need to sing,” they said. “When I sing live, I try not to break the details.”
After hearing this, Sieun said, “I also stay away from caffeine and don’t drink cold water. If caffeine and cold water were good for your throat, I would have drunk a lot,” she said with a smile.
“WE NEED LOVE” is an album that depicts emotions such as courage, hope, and fear of love with dramatic expression, and StayC uses that to deliver the message “We Need Love” throughout the entire tracklist. The album contains a total of four tracks, including the title track “BEAUTIFUL MONSTER,” “I LIKE IT,” “LOVE,” and “RUN2U (TAK Remix).”
The title song “BEAUTIFUL MONSTER” is a song that captures the fear hidden behind the happiness of love with STAY’s explosive vocals, featuring a grand and outspoken sound. StayC will present their presence as a “main vocal group” with vocals that showcase each of the six members’ individuality.
STAY’s third single album “WE NEED LOVE” will be released on music sites before 6 p.m. on the same day.