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2PM Examine the Seven Deadly Sins in ‘Come Back When You Hear This Song’ Video

K-Pop group 2PM have relationship issues in their new video for ‘Come Back When You Hear This Song,’ and they’re all based in the Biblical Seven Deadly Sins.

In each vignette, we see one of the group’s impeccably coiffed singers struggle with the romance of a woman for different reasons: One had to deal with lust, another was too sloth-like to practice songs on piano, one answers a call from greed … you see where this is going.

The devil made them do it!

2PM recently came back from a two-year hiatus to release ‘Grown,’ their highly anticipated third record. ‘Grown’ is an apt title for the album, as it reflects not only their maturity, but also their growth as artists within the K-Pop genre. The group dabble in everything from R&B to dance-inflected tracks on the effort.

You can preview songs from ‘Grown’ here.

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