6 Songs, 20 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The typically in-your-face EXID take a more laidback approach on Eclipse (likely because vocalist Solji was forced to miss recording due to thyroid issues), and the results are entrancing. The EP opens with "Boy," the kind of minimal electro-R&B that helped Marian Hill break out—but with a K-pop spin. Meanwhile, the jazz-tinged "Night Rather Than Day" is their smoothest single since 2012's "Every Night," with an understated chorus on which rapper/producer LE even takes lead. Instead of trying to compensate for a missing voice, EXID prove the power in taking a new direction for an atypical situation.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The typically in-your-face EXID take a more laidback approach on Eclipse (likely because vocalist Solji was forced to miss recording due to thyroid issues), and the results are entrancing. The EP opens with "Boy," the kind of minimal electro-R&B that helped Marian Hill break out—but with a K-pop spin. Meanwhile, the jazz-tinged "Night Rather Than Day" is their smoothest single since 2012's "Every Night," with an understated chorus on which rapper/producer LE even takes lead. Instead of trying to compensate for a missing voice, EXID prove the power in taking a new direction for an atypical situation.

TITLE TIME

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
57 Ratings

57 Ratings

non kpop fan ,

Great Album

this is actually a great album, even for a non kpop fan like me, I actually enjoyed this a lot

Spumko ,

Getting better and better

EXID is back with this amazing EP and as they're used to, they don't disappoint.
Perfect balanced songs, composed by LE, with amazing voice arrangement... Solji's voice power house is missing but not for too long, that's why the title of this album is Eclipse, as a tribute to Solji while she gets better.

ReviewKii's ,

Made me cream.mp3

This EP is the actual best piece of work from EXID that I have ever heard. I LOVE every song. Amazing. I'm vibrating.

More By EXID