In the clip, the singer goes undercover to participate in a high-stakes chess game, where the ultimate prize is a bag of diamonds. However, she soon goes on the run after the police show up at her secret hideout.
“We don’t need money to feel good / ‘Cause you’re the ridе or die, the rest of my lifе / Don’t need a party to feel high / We’re like the modern version of Bonnie and Clyde,” she sings on the rock-tinged chorus.
‘Bonnie & Clyde’ is the second track from ‘A Page’ to get a video treatment, following the animated clip for title track ‘Giant’ that arrived on May 14. Yuqi had also released a visual for the Chinese-language version of ‘Giant’.
Prior to Yuqi’s solo debut, her group (G)-IDLE had dropped a music video for their latest single ‘Last Dance’, which was made as a collaboration project with fan community app UNIVERSE. The first half of the ‘Last Dance’ video can be watched on YouTube, with the full version available exclusively on UNIVERSE.
However, before the song was released, the K-pop girl group had re-recorded ‘Last Dance’ as a five-member group, without vocals from sixth member Soojin. The singer was cut from the project after discussions between (G)I-DLE’s agency CUBE Entertainment and UNIVERSE.
Earlier this year, (G)I-DLE made their first comeback of 2021 with their fourth mini-album ‘I Burn’, which included the title track ‘HWAA’. The single has since has then become the group’s highest-charting single on both the Gaon Digital chart and the Billboard K-pop Hot 100.