It looks like 'Crying Over You' is coming very soon
Honne have teased the release date for their new collaboration with BTS’ RM.
The London duo, comprised of James Hatcher and Andy Clutterbuck, were due to release the new version of ‘Crying Over You’ in January but postponed it due to “circumstances [they] could not foresee.”
Honne released the original version of ‘Crying Over You’ last year, featuring vocals from their live backing singer BEKA. Now they have hinted that the version featuring RM and Chinese singer Bibi Zhou will be made available later this week.
Posting on Twitter, the duo shared a screenshot of the lyrics for RM’s guest verse written in the Notes phone app. The tweet was captioned: “27.03.19”.
The track is not the first time Honne and RM have teamed up. The London band featured on the BTS leader’s 2018 “playlist” ‘mono.’, providing the production for the track ‘Seoul’. In a four-star review of the record, NME said: “This is a soundtrack for walking the streets, contemplating life and working through your thoughts as the sky changes gears. It’s atmospheric and reflective, and shows RM’s impressive growth since its predecessor’s release.”
Meanwhile, BTS are set to return with their own new music next month. The Korean boyband will release their new album ‘Map Of The Soul: Persona’ on April 12 and will make their debut appearance on SNL the following night.
The seven-member group, completed by Jin, V, Suga, Jimin, Jungkook, and J-Hope, will return to the UK in June when they will perform two shows at London’s Wembley Stadium as part of the ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself’ world tour. The first date (June 1) sold out within 90 minutes of tickets going on sale.