K-pop superstar girl group Mamamoo has released its 'Starry Night' video, which was shot entirely on location in New Zealand.
It's mostly filmed on scenic Kiwi beaches, but the footage also includes scenes of downtown Auckland and rolling green, sheep-covered hills.
Billboard calls 'Starry Night' "an atmospheric power ballad overflowing with rhythmic, Latin-inspired strings and whirring synths, utilising a shifting tempo and teasing drops to control the mood as the members effusively sing about the empty feelings that follow heartbreak".
The video has amassed over 3.5 million views in just a few days.
Mamamoo debuted in 2014, with what kpopstarz.com calls "a sophisticated, retro R&B style reminiscent of the late Amy Winehouse".
At the Asia Artists Awards, the group won Best Entertainer Award (Female Group Category) in 2016 and Best Icon Award (Singer Category) in 2017.