The music video finds the band performing in an all-white photography studio, losing themselves to the gloomy but cool song. These visuals are amplified by the shaky camera movement making for a dynamic final product. It feels like being immersed in an energetic, unrehearsed live session.
Those sensitive to motion sickness should proceed with caution.
From the get-go, the band exudes an unbothered rock-n-roll attitude as they walk onto the studio set. After the first few pitch-bending riffs, strummed by vocalist Yoshiatsu, the song hits in full force and everything becomes electrifying.
Pianist Daisuke’s organ playing complements Yoshiatsu’s gloomy riffs and use of vibrato. Of course, we can’t ignore bassist Yutara’s and drummer Lotto’s impressive work that lends itself so brilliantly to the composition.
Fukuro also published new artist photos for the release of Ningen Janai. Spread out on different carpets, the band members are looking up at the camera rather than being taken from eye level.