It’s been about two months since KNK returned with their single album Gravity, so it’s clearly time for a re-issue. Called Gravity, Completed, the re-release is headed by the new single “Rain”, which, like its’ predecessor “Sun, Moon, Stars”, is a tender ballad about unrequited love. And yet, it’s a little more than that.
I’ve always taken a bit of umbrage with re-releases. Either the songs included weren’t good enough for the first time around, or they were written afterwards and don’t mesh with the original. “Rain” is the rare song that averts that and legitimately connects back to “Sun, Moon, Stars”.