M.C The Max’s “Wind That Blows” Tops Chart, Lyn Congratulates
Three-man band M.C The Max has returned after seven years with a new album, “Unveiling,” and its title song “Wind That Blows” is topping charts.
“Wind the Blows” is a traditional ballad whose melancholy is enhanced by the emotion in lead singer Lee Soo’s voice. The music video portrays the distance, pain, and fustration of lovers growing apart.
The album has been showing strong numbers since its release overnight, topping various real-time charts. At this, Lyn, singer and girlfriend of Lee Soo, showed happiness for her boyfriend, tweeting on her personal account, “I’m crying. Congratulations.” She also added a screen capture of the Melon‘s real-time musti chart that shows “Wind That Blows” in first place, above IU‘s “Friday.” Another M.C The Max track from the new album, “We in the Past” is in third place, while Lyn’s own track, “Destiny,” is in fourth. Another M.C The Max track, “White Night,” is in fifth.
You can preview all tracks from “Unveiling” here. What do you think of the new album?