Classical Musicians React: LOONA/Choerry 'Love Cherry Motion'

Classical Musicians React: LOONA/Choerry 'Love Cherry Motion'



Peyton: Wow, I need to go buy
Charlotte: Oh! the biggest busload of cherries. Cuz if this is what happens when you eat cherries, I'm only eating cherries all weekend.
Charlotte: Yes, yes Jordan: Choerry is the eighth member, and she debuted in July 2017 with purple as her color and fruit bat as her animal. Peyton: Fruit bear?
Jordan: Fruit Bat
Charlotte: Fruit bat Charlotte: Not bear, bat. Peyton: Oh, I was like, I just imagined a gigantic gummy bear with teeth and claws and weird a prosthetic fur. Jordan: So, Love Cherry Motion is composed by Ollipop, Hayley Aitken, and Kanata Okajima. Umu: Haseul and Yeojin, who debut before her, the bird and frog, show up in the video's story part, and then during the bridges of the song, two girls who she's in a subunit with appeared to dance and lip sync with her and Choerry is known to connect all three subunits together in Loona lore. Go ahead. Isaac: Love Cherry Motion. Boop! Davis: Okay, all right. Starting off strong. See, it's the same thing as like Yeonjin. It's just like the super like saturated filter over like
Lindsey: Oh my God, she is beautiful. Davis: Yeah, wow. Rachel: This is very Katy Perry.
Jeremy: Oh my God, yeah Rachel: (singing) Jeremy: Wait, this is a literally Teenage Dream. Rachel: I Love that like, uh, what is it? It's like slap bass sound. It's a good bass line. Peyton: Just like a pop funk thing. I said funk because of the electric bass. Ooh! Rachel: She's like the most Alto-ish. So far. Jeremy: Yeah. She has a lower..voice. Rachel: I appreciate how good they are, each as soloists.
Jeremy: They are, yeah, it's not like they can only sing as a group, you know. Kevin: A little Grimes, A, A, A. That's so Grimes Isaac: (singing) Kevin: A little Brahms moment going on! Elizabeth: Well, the bass is like so low in your ear it's really hard to tell what the bass note is, so the harmonies feel a little less clear to me than with the other ones. Peyton: What is Cherry Motion? Oh Oh, sh*t! Oh. sh*t! Isaac: Wait, what? Henry: What, the… Elizabeth; Oh, there's the bat. They're just gonna pretend that didn't happen? Isaac: We're getting light-hearted! Davis: Man, she had me played. I thought this video was just like another bubble-gum OK
Lindsey: Yeah Lindsey: She was so cutesy, but then all of a sudden she got like, we get that little freaky
Davis: alter-ego
Lindsey: little freaky alternate-universe Davis: You know what I was gonna say before this completely freaked out was that They really do like these secondary dominant things, like they're staying in a very small box, but like what they're able to like, the different combinations they're still able to make really keeps it interesting. Rachel: They also like fly through chord changes, which is why this music interesting. Lindsey: Yeah, like this is an aesthetic I can definitely get behind. Davis: Yeah, purple's just a good color. Lindsey: It's a fantastic color. Henry: I Like that the first time it's F-minor and then the second time it's F7, because it's going somewhere else. That's smart. Henry: Oh, her reflection. But you know what, the cherry is the central fruit this time. Oh, wow, that's pretty crazy Isaac: Yes! Peyton: I need to go buy the biggest busload of cherries
Charlotte: Oh! Yes, yes Peyton: Cuz if this is what happens when you eat cherries, I'm only eating cherries all weekend. Charlotte: Oof! Elizabeth" It's definitely get some like, exotic flavor to it with like the augmented seconds. That's interesting. Rachel: Honestly impressed by how they could transition between those two things Kevin: Nice It's a little delayed, before the beat kicks back in. Elizabeth: This is the strongest use of color that's like her color we've seen.
Henry: Yeah, I'm very into it actually. Rachel: Her voice is very, almost like cookie cutter. I think she has a lot of control. Peyton: That was sensual. Charlotte: I was gonna say sensual as well. We are so on the same page. Peyton: Gosh. This is why we work. Henry: Wow, I think that was maybe the most interesting one we've seen so far. I feel like there was so there's so much to unpack in that one Elizabeth: Yeah
Henry: I don't know. I'm speaking for myself, not for you. I don't know.
Elizabeth: No, it's just it's really interesting because like on the one hand you have like the super stereotypical, poppy, synthesized song, and then we have the sections with like interesting modality, and the dancing changed, and it was more about like the very heavy base beat, and I did feel in the poppier sections that like synthesized bass was really, really low in your ear, so it was really hard to hear like the tonic of the chord. So it still did feel like you know, there's something a little funky going on. And then it would get to the other section that was interspersed and it'd be like, oh, there's where it is. It was like really catchy and then like in the first verses she's very like in the lower part of her register and it's very full and not whispery, which I appreciated. And then yeah, there's like a bunch of like little runs, so she sounds like she has very good control, which is hard to do on like a bop, cuz there's not much room.
Jeremy: Yeah Jeremy: It just keeps going. Rachel: Yeah Jeremy: Yeah, you had said she kind of has like a cookie cutter voice, which she does. It's like, a dime a dozen, kind of, but like it does sound very good, and it was cool song.
Rachel: Mm-hmm. Charlotte: Okay, so when I was first listening to this section, I'm not gonna lie. I was like (singing) and I was like, okay we're gonna do this for about three minutes, and then she's (singing) and I was like pleasantly surprised I like the fact though that even though the cute, bubbly part was the same, that like her break it down, dark side was different, so the first time it was just like breaking it down, but the second time they added another layer of sound into it. So it's very interesting. It made it have more depth to it, and then like merging the two styles was a really interesting choice Peyton: It seemed like one scene was like literally like there were little like mirror portals into the underground world where all the like (singing) stuff was happening. You know. Charlotte: Oh, I see where you're going. Oh, like a portal. So like she's looking and there's like another side to herself? Oh Isaac: Holy sh*t! My goodness, first of all like, she is very attractive. god damn. (Kevin: ooo choerry!) Oh my goodness. Kevin: Ooh Isaac: This song is like it's been hyped ever since Kevin was like, "Oh, it's great!", but like I never knew this was so damn good. I I thought it was very neat. You go for like a really nice, peaceful, but still it keeps that very light natural color, and then just like, that sudden change into like a dark dark purple setting, and also like the vibe of the EDM, and also the environment that they go for, it's like, that was some very dynamic dancing, dynamic music. It's very, very, enjoyable. Kevin: Yeah Told ya' so!
Isaac: Oh, yeah Kevin: The second time, they totally go exotic scale. We call it the Egyptian scale, but I've done some research It's actually like a Gypsy scale. I think that especially in classical music I think it's more well known as the Gypsy scale, just because to our culture, it's a little more relevant. So when we hear that, I think we place it in a Gypsy, we call it a Gypsy scale. So it is a Gypsy scale.
Isaac: It could also be Phrygian
Kevin: The (Blackpink) Boombayah scale
Well, it's Phrygian, but then the major 323
Isaac: 323 Kevin: Yeah
Isaac: Yeah, I guess that's the difference. . Kevin: Okay. Hello everyone. I'm Umu, the channel runner of React to the K. I really hope you enjoyed watching this video. If you're curious about the videos that we'll be reacting to in the future, I put a link to a doc with our release schedule in the description. Last but not least, if you'd like to support our channel, you can help us out by pledging any amount you would like on our Patreon. On Patreon, you can get access to the full, unedited pair reaction playlist, reactions to Japanese releases, and much more. And of course, a huge shout out and thank you to our superstar patrons. Thank you so much for your support. Bye

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