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CHAI have dropped a new video for ‘Curly Adventure’, a celebration of curly hair

It's from their new album, 'PUNK'.
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Published: 2:24 pm, March 26, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
CHAI have dropped a new video for ‘Curly Adventure’, a celebration of curly hair

Japanese four-piece CHAI have shared a video for their new single ‘Curly Adventure’, a track taken from their just-released second album, ‘PUNK’.

“Curly Adventure is actually a song about curly hair!” they explain. “However, the underlying message of the song is about “how you decide to live”. Having insecurities can drown the way you live, sometimes even have you question why you were born, but it’s all about changing your mindset!

“We used curly hair as a metaphor to life’s journey. In the lyrics we mention, “we won’t stop going, even if there’s no destination”, this reflects life and how it’s a never-ending journey with unexpected happenings, curves, ups, and downs, just like curly hair. Our lives now resulted from us changing our mindset, which really tells us that everything is connected to life.”

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