League of Legends K-pop group K/DA's brand new track is a real banger

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The music video for K/DA's latest track "More" is now live on YouTube, featuring Madison Beer, Soyeon and Miyeon of (G)I-DLE, Lexie Liu, Jaira Burns, and new League of Legends champion and producer(?), Seraphine. The new track arrives ahead of the virtual K-pop group's EP All Out on November 6, 2020 (opens in new tab).

Following a countdown over on the official K/DA Twitter and Instagram, you can now watch the entirety of K/DA's latest music video "More". Take a look in the video above.

K/DA's EP All Out will release next week, and will feature five tracks in total: The Baddest, More, I'll Show You, Drum Go Dum, and Villains. 

The Baddest and More are now known quantities, but the other three tracks are brand new.

If you've been living under a rock, or this K-pop movement has completely passed you by, K/DA is made up of four virtual stars familiar to League of Legends players: Ahri, Kai'Sa, Evelynn, and Akali. All are also playable champions in the popular MOBA. 

K/DA single MORE album art

(Image credit: Riot)

The virtual band's biggest hit is also its first: Pop/Stars (opens in new tab) has now reached 384 million views on YouTube. Its second single, The Baddest (opens in new tab)—which featured Bea Miller and Wolftyla in lieu of Madison Beer and Jaira Burns—has reached 27 million views.

A couple weeks back, Riot announced a new champion, and K/DA member, Seraphine. Seraphine has received a mixed response from LoL fans, with some saying her design is too similar to that of an existing champion, Sona. There have also been complaints regarding the 'All Out' Ultimate tier skin that Seraphine releases with. Riot has been keen to defend its new champion, however. (opens in new tab)

That aside, Seraphine makes her virtual debut on the latest track from K/DA and is credited as a producer for More—whatever that means.

The new track is a banger, though.

Jacob Ridley
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Jacob earned his first byline writing for his own tech blog from his hometown in Wales in 2017. From there, he graduated to professionally breaking things as hardware writer at PCGamesN, where he would later win command of the kit cupboard as hardware editor. Nowadays, as senior hardware editor at PC Gamer, he spends his days reporting on the latest developments in the technology and gaming industry. When he's not writing about GPUs and CPUs, however, you'll find him trying to get as far away from the modern world as possible by wild camping.