Last summer, Teen Top brought their signature energy and fancy footwork to their super-smooth single "Ah-Ah," which marked one of the best K-pop comebacks of the season. Now the boys are back again and getting even smoother for their latest effort.

"Warning Sign" is a subtle, funk-tinged R&B jam marked with silky harmonies, a walking bass line and, most remarkably, dreamy electronic embellishments on the pre-chorus. Throughout the song, the vocalists trade off verses, making the septet sound more cohesive than ever. It's an impressive dispersion of lines, and makes Teen Top come off more like a team than ever, nearly six years into their career.

The accompanying music video pairs nicely with the song, with a muted color scheme and slick-and-impressive choreography from the boys along with a storyline where they all become entangled in the same girl. 

"Warning Sign"  leads Teen Top's recently released Red Point EP. While the single is definitely the EP's strongest track, standouts include the brass-driven mid-tempo "Day," the sparse-but-passionate "Liar," and "Don't Drink," the light and airy album closer. Listen to a highlight medley of the record below, and support the guys by buying or streaming on Apple Music.