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BTS gifted fans with a remote appearance on NPR’s Tiny Desk (home) concert series!

Tiny Desk is a famous live concert series hosted by U.S. public broadcaster NPR (National Public Radio). The show is known for its intimate, stripped-down sets, and artists usually perform live at the desk of “All Songs Considered” host Bob Boilen in Washington, D.C. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the concerts have recently been held from home, with singers performing remotely.

BTS took over Tiny Desk on September 21, performing from the record store VINYL & PLASTIC by Hyundai Card in Seoul, a perfect setting for their retro-themed latest single “Dynamite.”

They performed “Dynamite” for the first time with a live band before going on to showcase 2016 fan-favorite “Save Me” and another of their huge hits, the 2017 track “Spring Day.” RM shared the message, “It’s been the roughest summer ever, but we know that spring will come.”

Watch BTS on Tiny Desk (home) concert below!


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