NU’EST drop video for ‘Inside Out’, from new album ‘Romanticize’

The record also features solo songs from all five members

NU’EST have dropped a mesmerising video for ‘Inside Out’, the title track from their newly released sophomore studio album ‘Romanticize’.

The cinematic video, features the boyband performing in a pink-hued room surrounded by giant domino pieces. The members also get their chance to shine individually, with solo scenes in various locations, from an art museum to a boxing ring.

You’re the one that I want, ayy-ayy-ayy / The one that I need, ayy-ayy-ayy / Don’t wanna be free, ayy-ayy-ayy / Run to you, babe,” they sing on the chorus.


‘Inside Out’, which was co-written by members Baekho and JR, appears on NU’EST’s brand-new studio album, ‘Romanticize’. The first half of the 10-track record is performed by the entire group, while that latter half features solo songs by each of the five members.

Pledis Entertainment previously released an official statement on NU’EST member Aron and his participation in promotional activities for the album. The agency says that he has been focusing on recovering from symptoms of anxiety, following advice from a physician he saw in January this year.

“While the artist himself wishes to fully take part in the group’s second studio album promotions, the company has determined that taking part in all official activities and performances may place undue strain on Aron,” Pledis added. “We plan to place the highest priority on artist health and well-being, and exercise flexibility in Aron’s participation in album promotions.”

The upcoming record will be NU’EST’s first release since their 8th mini-album, ‘The Nocturne’ which dropped last May. Its lead single ‘I’m in Trouble’ became the group’s first single to enter Top 10 on the Gaon Digital Chart.