Japanese band World Order releases new MV featuring streets of Taipei

Known for performing group robot dance in metropolitan public spaces around the world, the band picks Taiwan as its latest MV filming destination

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(Screenshot image of World Order YouTube channel)

(Screenshot image of World Order YouTube channel)

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) - A famous Japanese band released their latest music video this week which features mostly streets of northern Taiwan, from glittering skyscrapers in Taipei's Xinyi District to the nostalgic town of Jiufen in Keelung.  

Best known for its distinctive choreographed group robot dance in black suit performances in music videos, the five-man band was formed by a Japanese retired mixed martial arts fighter Genki Sudo in 2009. As of October 2018, World Order's YouTube channel has over 121 million views.

The band also gained international media CNN's attention earlier this year for releasing "Let's start WW3," which features Trump's victory in the U.S. presidential election with the memorable lyric "let's grab them by the pussy."

The band's latest music video "Missing Beauty" released on Oct. 9, features mostly crowded streets of popular tourist destinations including Taipei's Xinyi District, Raohe St. Night Market, and Jiufen in Keelung. The group also performed their signature robot dance inside and outside the 265-year-old Songshan Ciyou Temple. 

(screenshot image of the music video Missing Beauty)

The video also takes viewers on a night market tour featuring traditional foods such as pepper pie. Netizens left comments on the MV lauding the video for doing a fantastic job in promoting Taiwan's tourism and making viewers want to visit the city after watching the video. 

Let's check out World Order's latest video: