K-Pop Comeback Spotlight: Cherry Bullet – Digital Single “Hands Up”

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Cherry Bullet showed their talented and energetic side in their latest comeback!

On February 11, Cherry Bullet returns with a new music. This mark the group’s comeback after nine months.

Cherry Bullet Comeback


Cherry Bullet then revealed their comeback date, along with two teaser images on February 11 through its social media platforms. It was also announced that Cherry Bullet’s first digital single is titled “Hands Up” and will be released that same day.


Cherry Bullet Teaser

Cherry Bullet released the first set of concept photos featuring members Jiwon, May, Remi, and Haeyoon on February 4.

On February 5, Concept photos of members Yuju, Bora, and Chaerin were released for Cherry Bullet’s comeback single “Hands Up”.

Ahead of their comeback, Cherry Bullet also revealed their official light stick. The official light stick appears unique. It is shaped as a gun, and red in color like a cherry.

Cherry Bullet Light Stick

The first music video teaser for “Hands Up” was released on February 7.

Thereafter, the second music video teaser was shared a day before the group’s comeback.

On February 10, Cherry Bullet also unveiled the fandom name for their fans. To be called LULLET, it stands for Love + Unique + Light + Laugh + Everlasting + Treasure.


Finally, Cherry Bullet unleashed their comeback music video for “Hands Up” on February 11. This is group’s first comeback with seven members after Mirae, Kokoro, and Linlin’s departure from the group.

“HANDS UP” Digital Single Impressions

The group made a beckoning comeback with the new digital single “Hands Up”. The music video highlighted the hidden side of Cherry Bullet members.

Sample notes from Beethoven’s Für Elise right after the intro, managed to hook listeners with the song. Featuring a concept of office workers having a high-powered job, the music video relates to the lyrics of the song. That is – women who knows what they want in life and their relationship.

The rise of tempo, and change to street concept also flaunted the dominating side of the group.

In addition, the lyrics of the song asked everyone to stop worrying what other thinks about you, and to enjoy the moment. With this music video, the group shifted from sweet and lovely to a complete bolder and intense appearance.

Different than their previous music videos, the members flaunted their talented and energetic sides too. Lively and well-organized choreography can also be seen throughout the music video.

Photo Credit: FNC Entertainment

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