New track appears on the CD single box set for “Butter”

BTS has released their “Butter” CD single box set that includes the summer song “Butter” as well as the brand new track “Permission to Dance” that will get your heart pumping. The instrumental versions of each are also included, bringing the track listing to four songs.

“Permission to Dance” was penned by Ed Sheeran, Steve Mac, Jenna Andrews and Johnny McDaid and produced by Mac, Andrews and Stephen Kirk.

The song is dedicated to anyone having a bad day or is discouraged in the face of reality. Words of encouragement overflow upon a bouncy rhythm that gives energy to get up on your feet and dance again.

The performance sheds spotlight on BTS’ energetic charms. The dance moves are easy to emulate so that anyone can effortlessly dance along to the free-spirited yet familiar BTS style choreography.

The energy is transmitted throughout the music video as well. Oozing radiant vibes from start to finish, the music video for is like a breeze of fresh energy, showcasing the seven members dancing with everybody else.

Their latest summer smash hit “Butter” has topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for six consecutive weeks, which marks their longest run in the No. 1 spot. “Butter” is also the second longest reigning song from its debut by a group in the chart’s history and is the band’s fourth chart-topping single in less than a year.

The septet will show the US TV premiere of “Permission to Dance” on NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon for two night on July 13th and 14th.

The limited edition “Butter” CD box set is available in two versions: Peaches and Cream, and will be distributed at random when ordered. Each box will contain a poster, photo book, two lyrics cards, instant photo card, graphic sticker, one of eight randomly inserted photo cards, one of seven randomly inserted folded message cards and a photo stand.