BTS will perform their new song ‘Permission to Dance’ live on Jimmy Falon’s show. The new song released on Friday to celebrate ‘ARMY Day’. The K-pop band has also released the CD version of their hit English song ‘Butter’, which was released in June. English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has co-written ‘Permission to Dance’.

The video imagines world after COVID-19 pandemic and band members can be seen dressed as cowboys. They are singing the track in a desert location, announcing the end of the pandemic with purple balloons.

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The South-Korean band released the ‘Permission to Dance’ teaser ahead of the release of the song. The members were seen in different avatars, dressed as jail mates and chilling on the beach, to washing a car and channelling the iconic American cowboy look.

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BTS treated the ARMY with new playlist, featuring songs sung by each member. Bicycle by RM, Abyss by Jin, Snow Flower by V, Still With You by Jungkook, Hope World by J-Hope, People by Agust D (Suga), and Filter by Jimin, are a part of the BTS ARMY playlist.

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The group will also return to ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ to mark ‘ARMY Day’. Host Jimmy Fallon recently confirmed that BTS will be returning to the talk show to perform their latest tracks Butter and Permission to Dance on July 13 and 14.

On July 7, BTS made their runway debut for Louis Vuitton’s new collection. The Korean band’s English track ‘Butter’ has been shattering records. It is at the number one spot of the Billboard Hot 100 since its debut in May.