Lantis has posted a short version promotional video for "Toumei na Sekai" (The Invisible World), the 13th single of four-member Japanese rock band nano.RIPE on its official YouTube channel. The song will be featured as the ED theme for the upcoming summer TV anime Glasslip. Check the song after the jump.
The official site for the 2014 July TV anime Glasslip announced on May 11 that ChouCho will sing the OP song "Natsu no Hi to Kimi no Koe" (The summer day and your voice), while four-meber band nano.RIPE ED will perform the ED "Toumei na Sekai" (The invisible world). Hit the jump for more information.
With a single CD scheduled for October 31st release, Lantis has posted a preview of the music video for nano.RIPE (Humanity Has Declined, Hanasaku Iroha themes, as well as an appearance in the latter anime itself) Bakuman 3 opening theme "Moshimo No Hanashi." A limited edition will be released with a music video bonus DVD. Get a look and listen after the jump.
nano.RIPE, a rock band anime fans may aware of from their themes on Hanasaku Iroha, Humanity Has Declined and Sankarea, will be releasing a second album on October 3rd. Get a preview of System of pluses and minuses after the jump.
nano.RIPE, the three person band used for many of Hanasaku Iroha's opening and ending themes, has been chosen to provide the opening song for the upcoming Sanakrea anime. More info and the video for their latest single after the jump!
Lantis is now streaming the full promotion video for the second Hanasaku Iroha opening "Omokage Warp" by nano.RIPE on their official Youtube channel. Watch it below.
Lantis is streaming a music video for the full version of the Hanasaku Iroha insert song "Saibou Kioku" by nano.RIPE. nano.RIPE will also be singing the second opening song for Hanasaku Iroha starting in July. Watch the music video below.
Music production company Lantis and Japanese rock band nano.RIPE have both updated their respective webpages to announce that nano.RIPE's 5th single will be used as a new opening theme for Hanasaku Iroha. nano.RIPE also sang the first opening theme "Hana no Iro."