RM of BTS Shares New Song “Come back to me” with Accompanying Short Film: Stream

RM of BTS has released a new single, titled “Come back to me,” ahead of his full-length project, Right Place, Wrong Person.

Nearly seven minutes long, the expansive track was accompanied by a music video framed more as a short film — directed by Lee Sung Jin, creator of Netflix’s BEEF, the visual was teased with movie posters. The music video co-stars South Korean actress Kim Minha, who recently gained international recognition for her role in the Apple TV+ series Pachinko.

Although all the members of BTS are still in the midst of enlistment (with just over a month remaining until Jin’s discharge date), RM recorded and prepared Right Place, Wrong Person prior to leaving to complete his mandatory time in the South Korean military. The album is set to land in full on May 24th and follows the rapper’s 2022 solo project, Indigo. In classic RM fashion, “Come back to me” is introspective and poetic: “Spring always been here/ I will sleep in her eyes,” he sings.

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RM initially teased “Come back to me” onstage in Seoul when he appeared as a special guest during bandmate SUGA’s “Agust D Tour.”

Revisit our review of Indigo here, and watch the video for “Come back to me” below.

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