The pretty girls are AOA!
AOA starts off the summer deluge of girl group comebacks, which means that this summer will be pretty fucking awesome.
The MV starts out with the AOA girls sans Seolhyun playing a game of lacrosse. Seeing as how bad the girls got raped in the game, I would say that the team they were playing must be playing for Duke.
During their pitiful attempt at playing a game, Choa gets knocked down by an opponent. He takes off his helmet and Choa falls for him.
Choa definitely wants it up the ass from this guy.
However, once the song actually starts, it shows the AOA members and the other lacrosse team in the same classroom. I know Duke has high admission standards, thus the whites and Asians in the classroom, but did they stop affirmative action because I didn't see any other minorities in the classroom.
Seolhyun is introduced as the new student, and all of the dudes want to bust a nut on her ass.
Later on, Choa writes a letter to do dude she's lusting after, but the rest of the AOA members cuntpunt her, stopping her delcious pussy from devouring any dick that night. The AOA members just wanted to keep Choa's mind focused on their revenge game.
Seolhyun enters the locker room, and instead of having an orgy with the other seven members, the whole group undergoes a montage in which Seolhyun teaches these scrubs how to play lacrosse. So, you're telling me after all of that hard training, the girls couldn't have taken a bath to relax their aching muscles and given each other massages?
We get a sexy montage of the girls stretching in the locker room (this whole scene demands plenty of gifs) right before the game. The game commences and AOA happens to win this time, and the members don't even try to cuntpunt Choa when the dude comes up to her.
"You destroyed his ass in the game; now conquer his dick in bed."
I just wanted to say my waifu Mina looks great in this MV. Now onto the song itself.
I'm surprised I'm saying this myself, but Brave Brothers is on a roll with AOA. The hook and sub-hook are both addictive, and luckily the verses aren't devoid of an interesting instrumental. I like how this is a straight-up dance track that has a faster BPM than what we've come accustomed to in the past few years. Instead of focusing on a heavy bass, the song focuses on a fast, addictive melody. This will definitely be song I see myself listening to a lot this summer.
AOA started off the summer strong. I have zero hopes of SNSD putting out a good song, but I'm excited to see if groups such as A Pink and Sistar can match AOA with this comeback.