BTS Performing With Live Band for NPR’s Tiny Desk Home Concert is The Best Thing To Happen in Quarantine

BTS just performed on NPR’s Tiny Desk Home Concert and it is the best thing to happen in this quarantine. This is because it is the first time the members are performing their hit number one song with a live band and the beat and feels hit different! The vocals, the visuals, they are ‘lighting it up like ‘Dynamite” And we are loving every moment of it, every beat of it and every serenade worthy moment!

The Tiny Desk NPR offices are based in Washington DC, but due to the pandemic situation happening around the world, BTS performed at ‘Vinyl & Plastic’ by Hyundai Card, record shop Itaewon Seoul, in South Korea. Jimin said that performing with a live band reminded him of the tours they used to take with the live band. The studio was all sleek with that vintage old record store vibes and their outfits were just perfect for the backgrounds.

BTS just having the time of their lives!

BTS performed their record breaking no. 1 Billboard Hot 100 Chart song, ‘Dynamite’, ‘Save Me’which they reminisced about it being a song they have not performed for a long while and then ‘Spring Day’ where RM said, “It’s been the roughest Summer but we know Spring will come”

The Performance just broke the Tiny Desk record for the most YouTube views by a video on its first day! At the time of print the video already has over 450K views in 1 hour.

Watch the awesome performance by BTS

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