“Eternal Sunshine”, the highly anticipated collaboration between Epik High and BTS‘s Suga is here, but its release didn’t quite go as planned.
On March 11, Epik High dropped sleepless in ________ at 6 PM KST. The album features a number of star collaborators, including Suga. Suga assisted in the arrangement and composition of the song “Eternal Sunshine”, a song that about overcoming loneliness and anxiety.
— 방탄소년단 (@BTS_twt) March 11, 2019
“Do you get lonely / Sick with anxiety / Can’t trust nobody / Well same here”
— Eternal Sunshine
The song was released on Spotify and iTunes. The Spotify release went smoothly, but fans discovered that a completely different song had been uploaded on iTunes.
— ©️🛫 COMEBACK BEFORE 🏟🏟 (@MWOLbyC) March 11, 2019
Instead of “Eternal Sunshine”, “Kung” by Youra played.
iTunes put some song called Kung by a person named Youra as Eternal Sunshine on Epik High's album on iTunes. I've never even heard of her. I — I'm speechless.
— Marie (@yoongimintgum) March 11, 2019
can someone who uses itunes music confirm or deny they put up the wrong song for eternal sunshine????????
— skn (@yeonki_min) March 11, 2019
Epik High’s Tablo addressed the error on Twitter, questioning how such a mistake could be made. He hoped that the error would be fixed soon, if it hadn’t been already.
Our song Eternal Sunshine on itunes / apple music was apparently playing someone else’s song. I have no idea how anyone can make a mistake like this but hopefully it is fixed now…
— 에픽하이 타블로 | Tablo of Epik High (@blobyblo) March 11, 2019
Thankfully, Apple Music was quick to correct the mistake and “Eternal Sunshine” can now be heard of all platforms. Check out the preview here: