BTS 'Permission To Dance': Air time, how to stream, where to watch MV and full schedule
'Permission to Dance', teased as the official dance track of the season will have 'easy choreography' and infectious bright energy
BTS has been reigning the Billboard Hot 100 for the whole month of June with their second English single 'Butter'. After the world record-breaking success of the official summer tune, the 21st-century pop icons are all ready to release their new comeback single 'Permission to Dance', co-written by Ed Sheeran on ARMY day.
'Permission to Dance', teased as the official dance track of the season will have 'easy choreography' and infectious bright energy, reports have stated. In the teaser, BTS proudly claims "We don't need permission to dance" while sending a message for the post-Covid era where ''PURPLE BALLOONS SIGNAL THE END OF COVID-19." But the best part of the music video has to be Bangtan Boys channeling the '20s cowboy look with hats, fringed denim, bandanas, leather boots, and more.
'Permission to Dance' music video will be premiering at 1 pm KST on July 9.
How to stream
'Permission to Dance' will be released worldwide from all the major platforms. Pre-save the track here. Check the below post for a detailed streaming guide.
Where to watch Music Video
Watch the YouTube music video below.
According to reports, 'Permission to Dance' will be a performance-based track with Piano and string sound. The buoyant track will showcase the free spirit of Bangtan Boys with both indoor and outdoor shots. The track, co-written by Ed Sheeran and produced by prolific British record producer Steve Mac, Stephen Kirk & Jenna Andrews.
After an eventful June, BTS ARMY will be equally busy in July with a bunch of 'Permission To Dance' performances airing back to back. Check the complete schedule below.
July 9 - BTS will be on 'A Butterful Getaway' on Naver Now at 9 pm KST/ 8 am Friday ET. Know how to watch BTS special talk show and premiering performance of 'PTD' here.
July 9 - A performance stage of 'Permission to Dance' will be uploaded on the HYBE YouTube channel.
July 13-14 - BTS will be taking over The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Know everything about the show takeover here.
The teaser of the 'PTD' MV has already revealed some of the plans of Bangtan Boys for 2022 including their possible tour locations. Concert venues like Seoul, London, San Fransisco, Moscow, Egypt, Berlin, Kenya and Paris were spotted as street signs. Watch the teaser below to catch all the hints of BTS' post-Covid world.