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List of songs from Dreamcatcher’s ‘[Apocalypse : Save us]’ album

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Dreamcatcher is a seven-member K-pop girl group that has captured the global audience with its unique storytelling and distinguished music style incorporating edgy punk-rock and metal sound. The group’s first extended play “Prequel” debuted as number 5 on the Billboard World Albums Chart and peaked at number 1 on the US iTunes K-Pop Top 100 Chart in 2017.

After being listed number 3 on Billboard’s Best New K-Pop Acts of 2017, Dreamcatcher continued to make various chart achievement, becoming the first female K-Pop group to reach No. 1 on Billboard Next Big Sound. The group continues on with its journey in hopes of reaching more of their fans across the world.

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In June 2022, Dreamcatcher will perform at 2022 Primavera Sound Barcelona as the first K-Pop group to do so. Before this, Sony Music Entertainment Korea released the group’s second full-length album “[Apocalypse : Save us]“.

Including “MAISON”, there are 14 songs in “[Apocalypse : Save us]”. Here is the list:

  1. Intro : Save us
  2. Locked Inside A Door
  3. MAISON
  4. Starlight
  5. Together
  6. Always
  7. Skit : The seven doors
  8. Cherry (Real Miracle) (JI U SOLO)
  9. No Dot (SU A SOLO)
  10. Entrancing (SIYEON SOLO)
  11. Winter (HANDONG SOLO)
  12. For (YOOHYEON SOLO)
  13. Beauty Full (DAMI SOLO)
  14. Playground (GAHYEON SOLO)
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“[Apocalypse : Save us]” is a desperate plea and cry to save the planet from ecological damage and global warming. The title track “MAISON”, which means “home” in French, stays true to Dreamcatcher’s sonic identity and style based on rock genre and distortion bass.

“MAISON” serves as a warning to the deafened ears and those who are turning a blind eye to the environmental concerns surrounding everyone’s home, the Earth. In addition, the album presents solo tracks of each member, which marks Dreamcatcher’s first album involving all seven members’ songwriting. 

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