It will be no time at all before Kiryu release their single, Harushigure, on March 7, leading to the release of a music video preview accompanying the type A edition.
This features the band embracing Harushigure (spring rain), in the form of cherry blossom petals graphically filling the scenes. The members also wield swords which complements their samurai attire worn in artist photos and in the video.
It’s also the first time that we can check out what the song sounds like and it is undeniably upbeat. This is more so the case with the implementation of funk elements, drum beat, koto (Japanese harp), sound effects, and synths.
Check it out below and tell us what you think!
Twitter (Mahiro Kurosaki) (黒崎眞弥)
Twitter (Mitsuki Sakai) (酒井参輝)
Twitter (Takemasa Kujo) (九条武政)
Twitter (Hiyori Isshiki) (一色日和)
Blog (Mahiro Kurosaki) (黒崎眞弥)
Blog (Mitsuki Sakai) (酒井参輝)
Blog (Takemasa Kujo) (九条武政)
Blog (Hiyori Isshiki) (一色日和)
Blog (Junji Tokai) (遠海准司)