Deep Reviews: BTOB-BLUE debuts with a filler ballad, “Stand By Me”

I really like BTOB, but when 90% of the group is vocally capable, you have to wonder if a vocal-centered sub-unit was really necessary.

Welp, somebody thought it was a cute idea, so BTOB-BLUE released “Stand By Me.”

It’s painfully generic. The arrangement in particular feels outdated, and very paint-by-numbers. I would be disappointed hearing this as a filler track on an album, let alone a title song.

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