BugLug’s fourth full album Futoumeina Sugao has been out in stores since August 6, alongside a music video for the jazzy song Dogi Magi Boogie. The band had previously put out their stylish new look dressed in matching monochrome outfits, and an extensive audio preview with lyrics for every song on the album.
The music video is shot from the perspective of a person kidnaped and tied up by vocalist Issei. The vocalist, who looks sicklily enamored, feeds his prisoner, plays games, and even takes them on a date through the city. Ultimately, on an apparent act of regret, the captor sets the prisoner free, who grabs a knife and takes revenge on the vocalist.
Additionally, a music video for the song Jinguubashi had been released in July in which we can see the band members performing on stage, attending some stores, and having fun.
Futoumeina Sugao can be purchased in limited, and regular editions. The first comes with a 10-track CD, and a DVD containing a music video for the first track on the album Dogi Magi Boogie and a documentary on the recording process of the album. Both editions include previous singles Wally? and Shikotama.